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Job gains for people with disabilities are outpacing those for other groups, thanks to telework
People with disabilities have long asked to work from home, says Nicole Maestas of Harvard. The pandemic proved it can be done.
Looking for a home that's accessible? That will make your search even harder.
A retired economist tells the story of her search for an accessible home.
Headphones that enhance the world around you could be a hearing aid alternative
Experts say there will be an eventual convergence of the two.
What it's like to have an invisible disability at work
Three people open up about asking — or not — for accommodations on the job.
5 things you need to know about the Americans with Disabilities Act
It's the most important civil rights law protecting people with disabilities.
Understanding the language of disabilities
Here's a guide to help you navigate the acronyms and legalese.
Special education costs add up for parents, schools as federal law remains underfunded
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.
How does disability affect your financial life?
Marketplace is looking for stories that relate to disability and the economy.
Let's do the numbers on the Paralympic Games
They're hard to find on cable or streaming, but worth watching.
Wait times for Social Security benefit appeals leave people in limbo
Michael Astrue, a former Social Security commissioner, talks about how and where the backlog starts.