A Narberth-based program gives young adults with disabilities an alternative to living at home or in a facility.
‘Play Without Boundaries’ is a program for children with special needs playing out at museums across the country, including Philadelphia’s Please Touch Museum.
The U.S. Justice Department has reached a settlement with a New Jersey bus company that it claimed unfairly excluded passengers with disabilities.
The governor of Delaware is now on a trip to India seeking new business for the state.
When it comes to extra-curricular sports, the benefits often extend beyond the playing field. Now, the government wants to make sure all students have equal access to social and health benefits, cultivated through athletics.
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?
So what is the law on what you can ask an employee about a medical condition?
It’s hard being a teenager with a disability, especially if your dream is being in theater. Now, one woman who lived that is providing free acting and singing lessons for dozens of disabled young people.
“All About Art” is MossRehab’s annual art exhibition that showcases hundreds of work by artists with disabilities.
Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis. One percent of people will get rheumatoid arthritis in their lifetime.
Edna Escher-Gaston was driving on I-95 when her life changed forever, but she didn’t give up on life.
Autism Spectrum Disorder has increased by 17% since the late 90s and experts estimate 1 in every 110 children will have an ASD diagnosis, with males being four times more likely.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Kids who can’t read traditional books fall behind from the first day of school. Those with disabilities often must wait months for audio-books or a school employee to scan texts or convert […]
The Community Gallery at the Philadelphia Foundation is showing a special exhibit of work by those living with disabilities.