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As Americans dominate a car centric culture, handicap parking rules are important to follow if you have a disability or are with someone who does.
Click here to find everything you need to know when building or buying a wheelchair ramp slope, including ADA compliant measurements.
What does ADA Compliant mean for you? Why is it important? Click here to learn everything you need to know about ADA compliance.
Have you recently hired someone with a disability? Click here to learn how to choose a situations chair for them that complies with legal regulations.
Ensure your friends, family and loved ones get in on the thanksgiving action. Use these special needs thanksgiving tips and everyone can be thankful together.
When was the first wheelchair invented? Where was it created? How did it evolve? Find out the answers and more wheelchair history facts here.
If you're in need of a handicap sticker, then check out our ultimate guide to learn how to get a handicap sticker today.
If you're in need of home health care services then read everything we need to know about getting health help in your home.
Special needs children need strong foundations for a bright future. Start by reading these best ways to find childcare for children with disabilities.
Nurture a healthy and productive learning environment with these 10 ways to ease anxiety in school that all students can benefit from.
Start building a better, more compassionate future with these tips on how to teach children to include classmates with disabilities.
If you're interested in being a home health aide then check out the home health aide duties and responsibilities on the job.
Sometimes staying 6 feet apart isn't an option. Stop the spread of Covid-19 by knowing these ways to be safe when social distancing isn't an option.
Covid-19 brings an overdue understanding of the social isolation experienced by many Americans with disabilities but most people with disabilities, this new normal is not new. Even though the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed 30 years ago.