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

Jun 22, 2018
A reading list from the informational to the literary.
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Navigating the job market as an American with a disability

Jun 22, 2018
One look at the challenges people with disabilities face.
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Let's do the numbers on the Paralympic Games

Mar 9, 2018
They're hard to find on cable or streaming, but worth watching.
Joe Howard of the United States celebrates a gold-medal win against Norway in sledge hockey during the Salt Lake City Winter Paralympic Games in Utah in 2002.
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More brands are making clothing for people with disabilities

Feb 22, 2018
Target, Tommy Hilfiger and Zappos are taking on adaptive fashion.
Xian Horn in one of her many pairs of  Mary Janes. 
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Even dogs need to have experience to get a job

Feb 19, 2018
There's a lot of training that goes into becoming a working dog.
Patch, a service dog, picks up an arm strap with a stylus for his owner Annette Ramirez.
Courtesy Annette Ramirez

Elders don't need an app for a Lyft

Mar 30, 2017
The Phoenix area has become a testing ground of sorts for ride-sharing companies in a relatively untapped market.
Lyft and other ride-sharing companies are testing out partnerships with assisted living communities around the Phoenix area, like Park Wood Assisted Living.
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Some people are paid less than minimum wage, legally

Dec 28, 2015
There’s talk of raising the minimum wage, but did you know there’s a subminimum?

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Problems grow as caregivers age

Sep 4, 2015
People with cognitive disabilities are living longer, straining their caregivers.