A program run by the U.S. Social Security Administration can help you find work if you meet the program’s criteria. Read this post to learn more about this fantastic resource.
Here’s the second in a series of posts on how to persuade the teachers and faculty at your school, or your child’s school, to provide needed assistive technology.
Teens with disabilities are at even higher risk of mental health problems than teens without disabilities. Fortunately, there’s hope. Here’s what you can do.
A new global campaign launched this month calls for urgent action to improve access to assistive technology for millions of people around the world.
Online dating can be a minefield for anyone, but online dating with a disability is especially challenging. Dateability is the first app specifically designed for people with disabilities.
Crucial Tips for Transitioning to College and the Workplace In previous posts here and here, I wrote about a Spina Bifida Association webinar on transitioning to adulthood if you have a disability. The presenters were Matt Davis, the associate director of the Student Accessibility Resource Center at Western Kentucky University, who lives with spina bifida;
Our pharmacists went through eight years of college and pharmacy school. We should take advantage of their considerable expertise. So the next time you’re picking up a prescription, here are five questions your pharmacist wishes you’d ask.
In a previous post, I wrote about a Spina Bifida Association webinar on transitioning to adulthood if you live with a disability. Here’s more from this fantastic discussion.
Finding a job if you have a disability is still much harder than it should be because of inaccessible workplaces, hiring discrimination, and other factors. However, a new report holds a glimmer of hope.
The Spina Bifida Association recently hosted a webinar that was full of useful information about transitioning to adulthood if you live with a disability. Read this post to become a more independent adult — now or in the future.