A Connecticut state policy that prohibited disabled hospital patients from having visitors has been found to be discriminatory by the Office of Civil Rights of [...]
As the Americans with Disabilities Act turns 30 this year, we look back at our coverage, including what it once took to order flowers for your sweetie or to be a Kmart shopper.
Big Ideas in Improving Homecare with James Weisman, United Spinal Association President and CEO.
Disability advocates are fighting to make sure that COVID-19 legislation includes our community's needs.
Advocates argue the rule is "illegal disability discrimination."
The 5th Circuit Court ruled a cornerstone of the law is "unconstitutional."
We present the first part of a series highlighting our coverage of the ADA over the last 30 years.
After three administrations and 25 years of litigation, New York City’s sidewalks are finally on the path to complying with the ADA.
The lawsuit claims disabled immigrant detainees are being denied access to healthcare and mobility equipment.