Marriage could mean losing life-saving benefits for people with disabilities. So they’re protesting.
Disability advocates are staging a mass commitment ceremony on the National Mall in an effort to raise awareness about marriage penalties.
Women make up more than half of Medicare recipients and are more likely to skip or delay taking their medications due to cost.
Sen. Duckworth took her daughters to see ‘Barbie.’ Because she uses a wheelchair, she had to wait outside.
Thirty-three years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, much of society remains inaccessible, even to a U.S. senator.
‘I was on a mission’: Despite the naysayers, she took her search for justice all the way to the Supreme Court
Susie Talevski ultimately prevailed, preserving the right for people and their families to sue when government programs like Medicaid aren’t properly administered.
The vice president and transportation secretary said at an ADA roundtable that solutions are coming, including a rule that would allow wheelchair users to remain in their own wheelchairs on flights.
Eleanor Smith talks about the push for accessibility in new home construction regulations and the legacy she will leave behind.