A new guide from the U.S. Department of Transportation is spelling out the rules air carriers must follow when dealing with travelers who have autism and other developmental disabilities.
Disney is battling a request to have one of its top executives sit for a deposition in controversial lawsuits over access to theme park attractions for people with disabilities.
With touch tours, audio descriptions and other accommodations, theaters and museums are working to make their offerings more accessible to visitors with a range of needs.
Federal officials are further clarifying the rights and responsibilities of people with disabilities who rely on service animals amid continued confusion.
Some of the biggest names in technology are banding together with a new commitment designed to make their products more accessible for people with disabilities.
Thanks to a plea from a teen with cerebral palsy seeking shoes he could put on his feet independently, Nike is introducing sneakers designed specifically for people with disabilities.
Google is looking to address the needs of a billion people with disabilities worldwide and it’s putting big bucks behind the effort.
More families are taking legal action against Disney, alleging that recent changes to theme park access for people with disabilities are discriminatory.
While progress in improving transportation for people with disabilities has been evident in the past decade, persistent barriers remain, a new national report finds.
Disney is again updating its program for accommodating guests with disabilities at its theme parks.
With greater awareness and education, religious leaders are increasingly looking for ways to welcome people with disabilities and their families.
A civil rights commission has found reason to believe that Disney discriminated against theme park visitors with developmental disabilities after altering its disability access policy.
Nicknamed the “MacGyver of assistive technology,” an occupational therapist is sharing her tricks for creating tools for people with disabilities on a budget of $5 or less.
A national television ad debuting during the Oscars is designed to spark conversation about how people with disabilities consume entertainment.
For the first time, a sport designed specifically to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities is being played competitively at the collegiate level.