Drew Dees has never thought of himself as “the boy confined to a chair.”
Odin Frost and Jordon Granberry were both born with conditions that gave them a very low chance of survival.
Annie Segarra wants new laws that don’t treat people with disabilities like a “burden.”
From chewable necklaces to interlocking fidget ring, these pieces of stim-friendly jewelry are a fashionable way to show autistic pride.
The store will have 19 deaf and hard of hearing employees along with accessible technologies.
Julian Gavino can sum up his mission with one simple word: representation.
U-Lace shoelaces were created to be a mere fashion statement, but the elastic laces are also helping people with disabilities gain more independence.
Most skateboarders use their hands to balance themselves. Ryusei Ouchi uses a cane.
Amy Jandrisevits’ dolls are a lot more than just toys.
Peter Kline helps rider-athletes run full marathons.