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Headphones that enhance the world around you could be a hearing aid alternative

by Jack Stewart Sep 9, 2019
Experts say there will be an eventual convergence of the two.
Wireless headphones, as worn by this model, can also help with hearing.
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Economics of Disability

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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Economics of Disability

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

Understanding the language of disabilities

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Jun 22, 2018
Here's a guide to help you navigate the acronyms and legalese.
Economics of Disability

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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How does disability affect your financial life?

by Marketplace Staff Apr 25, 2018
Marketplace is looking for stories that relate to disability and the economy.
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Let's do the numbers on the Paralympic Games

by Tony Wagner 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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Wait times for Social Security benefit appeals leave people in limbo

by Peter Balonon-Rosen and Sean McHenry Oct 20, 2017
Michael Astrue, a former Social Security commissioner, talks about how and where the backlog starts.
Michael Astrue, former Social Security Administration commissioner, says the backlog starts at the back end. That's where 
“you're having a thousand-day waits.”
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For people with disabilities, the unemployment rate is still pretty high

by Sean McHenry Jul 24, 2017
For people with disabilities, finding a job can be a difficult journey.
Linda Wright (C), 57, attends a job conference for unemployed people with disabilities at Manchester Community College in Manchester, Connecticut.
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Georgia aims to make its websites accessible for all

by Marketplace Contributor May 17, 2017
So far, the state has upgraded more than half of its 130 sites to federal standards. Enabling screen readers is one improvement.
Annie Maxwell, who is blind, shows how she uses a software program called a screen reader to access web pages.
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