An Oneonta woman is the named plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit against Dollar General over accessibility at its stores, according to Disability Rights New York.
Christopher Thomas graduates from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on May 12, 2018. Samantha Hernandez/USA TODAY NETWORK-WisconsinBuy Photo
Every so often, Korrie Johnson closes her eyes and tries to forget that she is a healthy 25-year-old living in a nursing home surrounded by older people with dementia and other debilitating conditions.
The Ohio agency responsible for protecting the health and safety of people with disabilities quietly floated plans to allow abusive caregivers easier access to thousands of children and adults.
The Department of Human Services Aging and People with Disabilities program (APD) today announced that it reached an agreement with Disability Rights Oregon (DRO), Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO), and the Oregon Law Center (OLC) to strengthen in-home services.
Students from Howell Cheney Technical High School work raking up an overgrown garden, Saturday, April 28, 2018, during the annual Rebuilding Together, at a vacant home on Scott Drive in Manchester.
PORTLAND, Ore. - The Oregon Department of Human Services Aging and People with Disabilities program announced Wednesday that they have reached an agreement with Disability Rights Oregon, Legal Aid Services of Oregon and the Oregon Law Center to strengthen in-home services.
But in 2016, the most recent year for which data is available, figures show that more than 48,000 students only received partial services or did not get any at all.
The Chazen Museum of Art is hosting a different sort of show, featuring works grounded in “diffability.”
“Drawn to Art,” opening Thursday evening with a free public reception, will showcase artworks from the Harvey A.
MANCHESTER — An independent state agency responsible for overseeing the welfare of New Hampshire's youngest residents has launched an investigation into the Sununu Youth Services Center.
Concord — Workers at New Hampshire’s youth detention center broke the law when they fractured a teenage boy’s shoulder blade and failed to accurately report the incident, according to an advocacy group for people with disabilities.