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The economics of disability (encore)

The economics of disability (encore)

Aug 10, 2018
Roughly one in five Americans has a disability. Those numbers increase with age and vary across race and gender, but every single one of those people is carving out an economic life.
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Economics of Disability

"Economics of Disability" episode transcript

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Jun 22, 2018
The full lightly edited transcript.
Economics of Disability

Mind the gap: Navigating the transition from pediatric to adult health care

by Eliza Mills and Paulina Velasco Jun 22, 2018
Getting the right health care once you outgrow your pediatrician can be tricky if you have a disability.
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Special education costs add up for parents, schools as federal law remains underfunded

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Jun 22, 2018
For the first time, schools are legally required to make special education meaningful. But they've been given no additional money to make it happen.
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Understanding the language of disabilities

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Jun 22, 2018
Here's a guide to help you navigate the acronyms and legalese.
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5 things you need to know about the Americans with Disabilities Act

by Eliza Mills Jun 22, 2018
It's the most important civil rights law protecting people with disabilities.
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Economics of Disability

Navigating the job market as an American with a disability

by Eliza Mills Jun 22, 2018
One look at the challenges people with disabilities face.
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Economics of Disability

Got questions about disability in America? Here's your resource guide

by Katie Savin Jun 22, 2018
A reading list from the informational to the literary.
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When suing your school kicks off a life of advocacy

by Lizzie O'Leary and Maria Town Jun 22, 2018
Suing your own school comes with a financial toll of its own.
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What it's like to have an invisible disability at work

by Paulina Velasco Jun 22, 2018
Three people open up about asking — or not — for accommodations on the job.
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Inside the world of adaptive rowing

by Eliza Mills Jun 22, 2018
Seattle rowing team Seize the Oar creates community for athletes with disabilities.
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Finding community at a rehabilitation hospital

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