Americans With Disabilities Act
The US Attorney in Philadelphia has targeted 25 of Philadelphia’s most popular restaurants for review of their compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Some Of Philadelphia’s Most Popular Restaurants To Be Examined For Compliance With Americans With Disabilities Act
Some restaurant owners will have to complete a survey on their restaurant’s accessibility, and inspectors could perform on-site inspections to confirm those survey responses.
The legal definition of a service animal are animals that are trained to perform tasks that their handlers cannot do for themselves.
Dilworth Park, which recently replaced the old Dilworth Plaza on the west apron of Philadelphia City Hall, is more user-friendly than its predecessor.
The bill is sponsored by Rep. John Sabatina (D-Phila., third from left in photo).
Abigail McManus is just like any other 19-year-old college student with one exception, she was born with dwarfism and stopped growing at less than four feet tall.
Health: Local Girl’s Family Claims Daughter Was Discriminated Against at Hershey, Now They’re Trying To Make A Difference
A disabled little girl was barred from popular attraction, including a visit to Santa. Now her parents are trying to make sure it doesn’t happen to others. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the push to change federal laws.
One Philadelphia area family with a disabled child says their daughter faced discrimination on a recent trip to Hershey, Pa.
The Department of Justice has said that animals not trained to perform any specific tasks are not considered service animals, even if they provide comfort for those in need.
About 300 US Airways passengers complained that they were left unattended in the terminals for long periods of time or missed connecting flights when assistance was needed to get from one gate to another.
The U.S. Justice Department has reached a settlement with a New Jersey bus company that it claimed unfairly excluded passengers with disabilities.
A Northeast Pennsylvania woman with Multiple Sclerosis battled a pharmaceutical giant, and won, in a case that has changed the employment landscape.
If you have a food allergy, what does your college have to do for you? Maybe more than you think.
A university student sued college officials who insisted she purchase a mandatory food plan that made no accommodations for her food allergy to gluten, which was placed under the umbrella of “Americans with Disabilities Act.”
Offices value not just skill but also “corporate fit” – someone who fits in. But what does an office do with a worker who has Asperger’s syndrome?