On March 6, Paul Ryan and the House Republican leadership released the proposed American Health Care Act. The plan was put forward as a replacement for the Affordable Care Act and changes major pieces of the healthcare system.
The U.S. Supreme Court has sided with a 13-year-old Michigan girl with cerebral palsy who has spent years fighting for the right to bring her golden doodle service dog, Wonder, to class.
Q. My wife and I are planning to buy a home in a new development where we will be joined by our paraplegic adult son. Making the home wheelchair accessible is an important part of our plans, but we have run across some challenges in making that happen.
James Weisman, the president and CEO of United Spinal Association, sent a letter to President Trump on Jan. 23 asking him to ensure that a [...]
This is the first post of a five-part series on what repealing the ACA would mean for people with disabilities.
Thanks to a years-old administrative snafu, FEMA’s first and only director of the Office of Disability Integration and Coordination, Marcie Roth, has been asked to [...]
A coalition of Colorado disability advocacy groups have filed a class action lawsuit against the city of Denver on behalf of six disabled Coloradoans claiming [...]
Dealing with the VA and making sure you get the benefits and services you need can be tricky. Luckily you have a friend at VetsFirst.