At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, an expert panel discussed the latest trends in assistive tech and how they will benefit people with disabilities. Here are some highlights.
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 tiny new device could improve the safety and effectiveness of cell therapy treatments for people with spinal cord injuries.
Assistive technology can benefit a student’s education tremendously if they have a disability. Here’s how to persuade teachers and school administrators to provide the equipment some students need to thrive.
New Report: People With Disabilities in the U.S. Experienced Greater Employment Gains in 2023 Than People Without Disabilities
Employment for people with disabilities reached unprecedented milestones in 2023, continuing a remarkable trend.
Having a disability can be extremely stressful, and uncontrolled stress can literally shorten your life. Here are some crucial tips for managing stress the right way.
Do you have a college-bound student with a disability? Here are some important things to think about as they’re preparing to leave home.