ADA

“You really don't realize how inaccessible the city is until you need it to be accessible for you.”
We’re treated like drum kits and other inanimate objects.
Disability advocates were dragged from the Capitol Building after a bill to gut the ADA was passed in the House.
Upper West Side site will be at PS185/208 campus at 20 West 112th Street, NYC Upper East Side site will be at the PS83/182
The owner refused to back down even after a police officer told him he was breaking the law.
What especially moved me was the extensive participation of countries that had only minimal participation in the four previous
Including his brand-new, “very special” hotel in Washington, D.C.
This dynamic exercise was designed to stimulate out-of-the-box thinking and forming new bonds in the pursuit of accessibility
Still today, 24 million working-age Americans with disabilities are not employed. The next step in our progress to realize
When one thinks of Hawaii one envisions the perfect blend of endless sunshine, the bluest ocean and nonstop fun. To my utter surprise and amazement, however, my experience in Waikiki, Honolulu would prove to be a challenging emotional experience.
This is what the country's largest minority wants you to know this election.
The Americans with Disabilities Act protects the rights of workers to ask for accommodations at work to help them manage more easily. But research has found that older workers are less likely to ask for help, because they worry they'll be perceived as old instead, and that their disability is a result of their age.
The level of stress and intense competition was at an all-time high. I was determined to become an architect no matter what -- not even being subjected to sexual harassment.
Duke and I are both survivors of adversity. He is a rescue, and we think he was abused by his previous owners. He exhibits strange behavior not typical for a Labrador
I don't believe that the notion of giving in to one's needs is appreciated in our society's rush to do everything bigger, better, faster. Scheduling time for oneself is not only a fulfilling concept to me personally, but I believe it should be viewed as a measure of one's success.
At times I've wondered why I was drawn to an understanding of how individuals with disabilities function in our environment. Although my direction began in earnest and continues relentlessly to explore how one's environment can support and nourish one's outlook and daily perspective. This is a passion that has grown since I was very young.