People can become disabled at any time. For disability rights to truly succeed, we need a combination of changes at the local, state, and national levels.
Disabled people are entitled to at-home vaccinations. But the author discovered it's easier said than done as she tried to schedule an appointment for her 21-year-old son who has autism and developmental disabilities.
On this 31st anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Britney Spears conservatorship case is glaring reminder that our laws are still stacked against disabled parents and prospective parents.
The Americans with Disabilities Act hits a milestone, but health care access, job security, and equal treatment for many disabled Americans remain out of reach.
Unlike many of the former Democratic candidates, the two frontrunners have done little to court the disabled vote. How will they fight for us against an appallingly ableist president?
Even with ADA protections, people with "invisible" disabilities and diseases disclosing their health status to an employer can have grave consequences.
Today is the 29th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act, and yet so many people with disabilities live in poverty. Do the Democratic presidential candidates have a plan for that?
Environmentally friendly menstrual products are touted as saving millions of tons of plastic each year. But for disabled people they're often painful, even impossible, to use. Is there a solution?
Affordable, quality health care has always been a challenge for people with disabilities. But will government-funded health care address these issues—or make them worse?
Eighty-three percent of disabled women experience rape or abuse, often at the hands of caretakers. And without a way to report their violations, the perps frequently go unpunished.