More than a month after marrying, a couple with intellectual disabilities who were forced to remain in separate group homes may soon be able to live together.
Federal officials are putting housing providers on notice that they must accommodate people with disabilities who rely on service animals.
As they prepare for their wedding, a New York couple with special needs is headed to court to fight for the opportunity to live together once they become husband and wife.
A U.S. senator is calling for a federal investigation into abuse and deaths of individuals with developmental disabilities at group homes nationwide.
An uncommon condition means Zach Tahir is prone to eat everything from wall plaster to window blinds. So for his birthday, the boy got quite the gift — an inedible room to call his own.
Nearly $98 million in rental assistance is headed to states to help thousands of people with disabilities live in the community.
In a hotly-contested case, a court is set to decide whether a 28-year-old with Down syndrome or her mom should determine if the young woman lives in a group home or with her friends.
The Obama administration is suing a Southern California city for allegedly using zoning laws and discriminatory enforcement measures to keep out group homes for people with disabilities.
The only fully-accessible home ever designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright is among the latest properties to be named to the National Register of Historic Places.
Federal officials are sending millions of dollars to housing providers in three dozen states to help people with disabilities gain supportive living services.
Federal officials are threatening legal action after an investigation found hundreds of kids with developmental disabilities needlessly relegated to nursing homes designed to serve the elderly.
A new federal program designed to expand community living options for people with disabilities is one step closer to reality this week with the first state cleared to take part.
As states work to boost community-based housing options for people with developmental disabilities, federal officials say stronger ties are needed between health and housing agencies.
Nearly every state will soon get more federal funding to help people with disabilities obtain services in the community.
A multi-billion dollar federal initiative to move people with disabilities from long-term care facilities into the community has fallen far short of its goals.