A first-of-its-kind offering designed to make it easier for people with disabilities to access television is making its debut.
A new ranking finds that access to the courts for people with disabilities varies significantly from one state to the next.
A battle over disability access at Disney theme parks has been renewed, with more than two dozen separate claims filed against the entertainment company.
The maker of childhood classics like Mr. Potato Head, Play-Doh and Connect 4 is looking to ensure that kids with developmental disabilities know how to engage with its toys too.
Stiffer penalties and stepped up enforcement are among the measures states are taking to help ensure that accessible parking spaces are available for those who truly need them.
A 13-year-old has become the world’s youngest tech entrepreneur to receive venture capital, all for a device he designed to improve accessibility for people with disabilities.
A federal lawsuit challenging broad changes to Disney’s theme park access policy for people with disabilities has hit a roadblock.
With no commercially-available device allowing young children with physical disabilities to get around, modifications are being made to Power Wheels cars to offer a chance at independence.
No matter which side they’re on, the people involved in disability access lawsuits seem to have one thing in common: supreme frustration.
The ride-sharing service Uber is facing accusations that its drivers discriminate against people with disabilities, in one case allegedly locking a passenger’s service dog in the trunk.
The nation’s passenger rail system remains plagued by accessibility problems with poor planning hampering efforts to improve accommodations for people with disabilities, an audit finds.
A woman who is profoundly deaf is suing a local hospital to ensure that a sign language interpreter will be available when she gives birth in the coming weeks.
The number of families looking to sue Disney over changes to its theme park access policy for people with disabilities is growing substantially.
Just because she has a disability, Pam Dickens must prove every year that she’s a safe driver in order to keep her license. Now, Dickens and others are suing to get the requirement dropped.
With local governments tight on funds, families are stepping up to ensure that community playgrounds offer a fun space for all children no matter their abilities.