As Internet Technology Surges Ahead, The Disabled Are Often Left BehindAccess to businesses and public places is protected by law for Americans with disabilities; but when it comes to websites and apps, the protection isn't so clear.
Disability Rights Advocate, Access Living Founder Marca Bristo DiesMarca Bristo, one of Chicago’s and the nation’s most prominent advocates for people with disabilities, died Sunday morning.
Construction In Oak Park Creates Added Obstacle For Residents With DisabilitiesConstruction chaos in Oak Park is causing headaches for some residents with disabilities who say the sidewalk closures are putting them in danger.
How Wheelchair-Friendly Is Chicago?As America's third-largest city, Chicago should have top-notch accommodations for the disabled, but a closer look reveals the challenges of navigating a wheelchair in the city.
12th Annual Disability Pride Parade Held DowntownA parade in downtown Chicago Saturday kicked off a week of events to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
'Despicable' Epidemic: People Using Fake Service DogsDespicable. That’s the word used by advocates for the disabled to describe the newest trend – people disguising their dogs as service dogs to travel, shop, and even go to night clubs.