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How To Fly the Friendly Skies with a Disability

Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Aug 19, 2018

Traveling for pleasure can be one of life's most rewarding experiences. Sure, a mobility disability can often add a layer of complexity to this endeavor, but nothing insurmountable. A little planning on your part goes a long way towards making your adventure an enjoyable one.

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Disability Advocates Push For Greater Airline Accessibility

Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Aug 19, 2018

Disability advocates are suing the U.S. Department of Transportation in an effort to force the agency into issuing rules on restroom accessibility in flight. 

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The Wendrow family, pictured in 2011 in Wolvering Lake, Mich., was nearly destroyed when police and prosecutors went after parents Julian and Thal when their daughter with autism typed allegations of sexual abuse against them using facilitated communication. The parents were jailed and the children placed in foster care for months before police and prosecutors admitted she could not communicate at all. 

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This month marks the 50th anniversary of the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA), the first federal law to address accessibility for people with disabilities. Passed unanimously by Congress in 1968, the law requires facilities funded by the federal government to be accessible. 

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Doctors With Disabilities Push For Culture Change In Medicine

Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Aug 10, 2018

"What we view as absolute is very different now than what it was 10 years ago, and [we] owe a lot of that to assistive and adaptive technologies," Meeks says. "But also medicine is an ever evolving creature."

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