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In a mission to boost breakfast experience for guests, Wyndham offers an innovative collaboration with a leading national advocate for people with disabilities.
President-elect Donald Trump has not been clear on his ideas regarding people with disabilities but notably mocked a reporter with a disability during his campaign.
A girl living with cerebral palsy and her family claimed discrimination after the young girl's school said her service dog could not attend school with her.
Expansion of ABLE Act to allow more financial opportunities and incentivize employment.
The show, which features a family's experiences with CP, will air post-show content to bring awareness to living with cerebral palsy.
"Together we will make our economy and our country more welcoming to people with disabilities because we all win when everyone gets to share in the American dream."
2015 saw an increase in median household income for whites, Blacks, Asians and Hispanics, the newest report from the U.S. Census Bureau revealed, the highest increase being among Hispanic households. According to the report, 2015 saw an additional estimated 3.3 million people with earnings over 2014, regardless of work experience. All households saw a 5.2 …
A new study from the Media, Diversity, & Social Change Initiative confirms that inequality is still alive and well in Hollywood.
People with disabilities continue earning mere cents to an able-bodied person’s dollar as decades-old "sheltered workshops" linger around the country.
Developments include a hands-free smartphone and Bluetooth-powered sensor device.
Jason Benetti struggles with, among other things, his ability to look into the camera, but his career has flourished thanks to “great allies” at companies where “it just takes one person.”
"If you're going to discuss diversity, it has to be completely inclusive of the groups that really define diversity."
Official call for nominations for the 2016 Henry Viscardi Achievement Awards, which recognize exemplary leaders with disabilities.
The new rule, which has been temporarily delayed, could significantly hinder services provided to people with disabilities.
For businesses to remain relevant and successful, they are constantly changing, modernizing and embracing new, innovative strategies.
Protesters chanted "disability rights are human rights" outside the White House last week.
Small businesses struggle with financial hardships and potentially closing down completely following a series of lawsuits taking advantage of strict ADA regulations.
A new rule proposed by the EEOC would increase the requirement to 12 percent — a significant increase for the people with disabilities population.