A 24-year-old man is going viral for the heartwarming surprise he planned for his younger brother.
The motivational speaker is using the hurtful moment to teach people about the harm of the latest trend.
Girma, a lawyer, speaker and disability rights advocate, addresses the need for disability innovation.
A bride-to-be is sparking a massive debate after explaining why she banned her blind friend from bringing a service dog to her wedding.
Matthew Simmons praises his coworkers and customers while overcoming communication obstacles put forth by coronavirus safety protocols.
Stella, a 12-year-old born with the children's version of ALS, recently won her first goat competition. The family received an anonymous letter saying her parents should be "ashamed" for letting her compete.
Damien Gross is a disability lifestyle influencer, who uses his platform to show people what it's like to live with cerebral palsy.
Two young men escorted a special-needs high school student to prom when her mother requested someone “special” on Facebook.
Morey Belanger's classmates have fully embraced the 6-year-old student who suffers from hearing loss.
An Illinois mom is speaking out against movie-goers who complained that her 3-year-old was making too much noise during a screening of "Dumbo."
One year after surgery helped a girl with cerebral palsy take her first steps, she's made her debut at London Fashion Week, walking without her wheelchair.
A gate agent accused one of the women of pushing her and called the police.
Brandi Hanvold, who worked for Walmart for 11 years, said she struggled to get to work on time, sometimes even taking her electric wheelchair down busy roads.
I've struggled to life my life as a disabled woman in an able-bodied world. Seeing women like me in Aerie campaigns has helped.
Although the young man had medical clearance to fly and has made other flights without incident, Emirates staff in Dubai made him leave the plane.
ASOS is pushing for inclusivity and accessibility with its new jumpsuit, which is modeled by the aspiring Paralympic athlete who helped create it.
Clothing for the disabled has usually been designed just to be functional. As designers start to take a new view, students follow suit, and some showed their work at a recent Design for Disability Fashion Show.
Rebekah Marine, who was born without a right forearm, wanted to stand out on her wedding day without looking "like C-3PO."