A car dealer is apologizing after airing an advertisement featuring a derogatory reference to special education that angered many parents of kids with disabilities.
Television appears to be embracing disability more widely with network executives announcing this week a handful of new shows that prominently feature characters with special needs.
Wealthy moms are reportedly paying people with disabilities big bucks to tag along on their Disney World vacations, all in an effort to avoid the theme park’s notoriously long lines.
While flying from Idaho to Florida, a teen with an Asperger’s-like condition found his plane unexpectedly diverted to an unfamiliar city and wound up wandering the streets all alone.
A Wisconsin teen with Down syndrome will have a very special prom date this weekend — a bona fide beauty queen.
Arizona is the place to be when it comes to services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, according to a new national ranking.
Federal officials are putting housing providers on notice that they must accommodate people with disabilities who rely on service animals.
Max Braverman and family will be returning to television for a fifth season of NBC’s “Parenthood,” a fan-favorite among many affected by autism.
More than two-dozen zoos and aquariums across the country will roll out the red carpet for kids with autism and their families this weekend.
As a picture emerges of the men suspected of bombing the Boston Marathon last week, so too are connections between the tragedy and the disability community.
Lots of kids like video games, but new research suggests that for those with autism, play can be problematic.
A special educator could be named the nation’s “top teacher” on television’s “LIVE with Kelly and Michael.”