A group is out to testify that there's so much more to life with a disability than one of “suffering that could last decades”.
85 wheelchair users stormed Washington, D.C., to advocate for legislation that improves the quality of life for people with SCI/D. The event was a huge success, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Here is one member’s experience.
Q. I work for a company that made an accommodation for me and my wheelchair, which allows me to work on the first floor of our two-story building. Others in my department work upstairs, but our office building lacks an elevator. I now have a larger problem.
Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Dallas, Texas, has swiftly apologized to ex-Olympian Amy Van Dyken for its employee, a hotel security officer named [...]
The advocacy group All Wheels Up thinks you should be able to stay in your wheelchair while you are flying, if that’s your preference. To [...]
Outrage against the movie by people with disabilities is escalating as the movie gets set to open in theaters on June 3.
Meet four advocates who will be attending Roll On Capitol Hill to tell their stories and make their needs known to our legislators.