On June 11, Atlanta became the latest major U.S. city to be sued for violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act due to lack of [...]
The much-loved brand IZ Adaptive announced it be relaunching in September
The insufficient supply of personal care workers has been the focus of a number of recent articles in major media outlets.
Xbox has launched an adaptive gaming controller that offers full customization for gamers with disabilities.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported on a lawsuit filed alleging violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The article shares a tone with many stories on ADA lawsuits from around the country, and is illustrative of the way that the mainstream press often portrays these lawsuits and those who file them.
Miss Wheelchair Minnesota 2016 is being hit hard by crisis she used her platform to spotlight
The Disability Collection seeks to break traditional media stereotypes of people with disabilities.
Lonely Planet's Accessible Travel Phrasebook features access and disability-specific vocab in 35 languages
Despite years of progress, the media’s coverage of people with disabilities and the issues pertinent to us all too often remains condescending. The coverage of two recent events — the death of physicist Stephen Hawking and the Pyeongchang Paralympics — provided contrasting examples of the good and the bad of mainstream coverage.
From beach wheelchairs to accessible trails and boat tours, San Diego is touting is accessibility to lure new visitors.