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ADA: A People’s History

A comprehensive look back at the law that changed our lives for the better.

The Crisis in Home Care: Will Personal Assistance Disappear?

The Department of Labor wants all personal care workers to receive at least minimum wage and overtime. It seems only fair, but could it bring on more problems than solutions?

The Transformation of Regan Linton

Just like everyone, she had doubts and fears after her spinal cord injury. But for actor Regan Linton, that identity crisis led to a career of role-playing — and it was on the stage that she discovered her true self.

Second Chance Rehab

Rehab following spinal cord injury has changed. Exciting opportunities for some degree of recovery are becoming available in the fields of exercise therapy, robotics and electro-stimulation.

Disney Universe: Changing, But Still Magical

It’s the Happiest Place on Earth. Is it also the most accessible?

To the Altar and Beyond

Brian and Tiff get a second chance at true love — after Brian’s accident. Also: Getting physical when physicality is limited.

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    ADA: How the Law Has Evolved Since 1990

    BY JAMES WEISMAN Even before its passage, the Americans with Disabilities Act raised the expectations of people with disabilities. The prospect of equal opportunity, access, and a legal as well as moral responsibility for employers, government and proprietors of places of public accommodation to make reasonable accommodations lifted spirits in anticipation of the America that […]

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