A change to the way one amusement park accommodates visitors with disabilities is angering some families who say their kids are no longer able to enjoy a place that’s supposed to be fun.
A service dog provider is suing a New York woman with cerebral palsy in an effort to take back the assistance animal they placed with her six years ago.
An effort to revamp the icon that’s long symbolized accessibility on everything from parking lot signs to bathrooms is gaining traction with New York City agreeing to adopt a new look.
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.
Federal officials are putting housing providers on notice that they must accommodate people with disabilities who rely on service animals.
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.
More than two decades after the ADA became law, a new survey indicates that more than 20 percent of doctors’ offices remain inaccessible to those with special needs.
Two bills introduced this week in Congress would broaden access to the movies for people with disabilities.
Following a number of cases of questionable treatment during airport security screenings, federal officials are introducing specially-trained staffers to assist those with disabilities.
With $25,000 in prize money on the line, inventors are being challenged to tackle real-world barriers facing people with disabilities.
A unique nonprofit in Britain is working to fulfill the carnal desires of those with disabilities, with a full-fledged, accessible brothel in the works.
A new device could make it possible for kids with motor skills difficulties to utilize iPads and other touch-screen technologies.
After a letter to Nike from a 17-year-old with cerebral palsy went viral this past summer, the company connected with the teen to create special shoes he can manage independently.
As demand increases for accessible transportation, a new government report finds that little is known about how well paratransit services are provided.
After a year of renovations, the Statue of Liberty is set to reopen this weekend and it’s poised to be more disability-friendly than ever before.