Home Tags Disabilities
A woman created a Cinderella costume with a glass prosthetic arm to celebrate her physical difference, and the photos are going viral
Mandy Pursley, an amputee, created a Cinderella costume with a glass arm to broaden representations of people with physical differences.
An investigation from NY1 found that there were more than 44,000 elevator outages in 2018, averaging to about 121 breakdowns a day.
Many people with visible and invisible disabilities can face a variety of issues when trying to find jobs and seek out necessary accommodations.
After public outcry, an Illinois Goodwill reversed its decision to stop paying employees with disabilities
In response to a $15 minimum wage, Land of Lincoln Goodwill Industries will cut those employed through the stores Vocational Rehabilitation Program.
This 3-minute video is an incredible demonstration of the new Voice Control feature in iOS 13, which lets you control every aspect of your iPhone with...
Voice Control is a new accessibility feature coming in iOS 13, which lets you control every single aspect of your iPhone using only your voice.
An amputee says he had to crawl across the floor after airport security confiscated the batteries he needed for his portable scooter
Stearn Hodge, a 68-year-old from Kelowna, British Columbia, is petitioning to have his case heard by the Canadian Human Rights Commission.
People with disabilities are sharing their uncomfortable experiences with able-bodied people on Twitter
Twitter user Imani Barbarin encouraged fellow disabled people to share their uncomfortable stories of ableism on Twitter with the hashtag #AbledsAreWeird.
A Walmart greeter with cerebral palsy might lose his job of 10 years because of a policy change that would require him to stand and carry 25 pounds
Adam Catlin, 30, has been a greeter at a Walmart in Middleburg, Pennsylvania, since graduating high school.
People are sharing photos proving that you can be ‘disabled and happy’ — and the internet is loving it
Writer Andrew Farkash created the hashtag #Disabledjoy to fight the misconception that people with disabilities can't also be happy.
Microsoft's artificial intelligence is doing amazing work.