When the new film “American Hustle” hits the big screen later this month, the credits will include a handful of individuals with autism.
Even amid last month’s government shutdown, the job situation remained relatively steady for Americans with disabilities, the U.S Department of Labor said Friday.
Monthly payments will increase next year for people with disabilities receiving benefits from Social Security, including Supplemental Security Income.
More Americans with disabilities found jobs last month, the U.S. Department of Labor said Tuesday in a report that was held up for weeks due to the government shutdown.
Amid a push to find jobs that people with autism excel at, a new study suggests that those on the spectrum may have an edge when it comes to spotting dangerous items in airport baggage.
Nearly a dozen states are getting a share of more than $200 million to help improve the long-term prospects of kids with disabilities who receive Supplemental Security Income.
A jury has awarded nearly a half-million dollars to a Texas man who said he was harassed and wrongly fired from his job at the nation’s largest grocery chain because of his disabilities.
A key U.S. senator is pressing for a quarter-million more young people with disabilities to be employed by 2015.
A Social Security claims representative is facing federal charges for allegedly imposing a fee in order to “process” Supplemental Security Income claims.
For the first time, in-home care workers who assist people with disabilities will soon be entitled to federal minimum wage and overtime protections.
Even as the unemployment rate ticked downward, new data from the U.S. Department of Labor suggests that the job situation for Americans with disabilities remains rocky.
The Obama administration is pressing forward with a plan to urge companies doing business with the federal government to dramatically increase their hiring of people with disabilities.