More than a million Americans are suffering from a debilitating disease that makes simple tasks impossible and they're sick and tired of being ignored
ICS members: want to march with ICS at the 2016 Disability Pride Parade? Contact Latricia at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sharifa at email@example.com to join us! We will be taking names until Monday, June 27th. You'll get a free t-shirt that day, so be sure to include your shirt size when you contact us.
ALAMEDA, Calif., Aug. 13, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- A troupe of California comedians with disabilities promises big laughs to benefit the Pacific Pinball Museum. A blind man. A woman who stutters. A wheelchair user. A Little Person. While this may sound like a description of a support group, it is, in fact, the lineup for the "Comedians with Disabilities Act," a comedy tour that the San Francisco Examiner called "The most unconventional comics to pop up in 2011."
ICS is at Summer Streets! Two more weeks left: Saturday the 8th or 15th, 2015 at the Foley Square Rest Stop by Power Soccer, or join us for therapeutic arts at the Astor Place Rest Stop with our art instructor, Michelle Martinez & Wheeling Forward!
In what is likely a world first, 14 disability campaigners are jointly running in Córdoba’s mayoral election to make Argentina’s second city more accessible
Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation Updating New York's Accessibility Signage and Logos | New York State Senate
Women With Disabilities Are More Likely to Die of Breast Cancer — Here's Why #disability #breastcancer #health
Stadium Refused to Let Woman with Ostomy Bag Use Bathroom with Disability Access http://www.people.com/article/sam-cleasby-ostomy-bag-disabled-bathroom
Truth!!!! #disabilities #awareness #livingwithdisablilities #cerebralpalsy #chronicpain #chronicillnesses #chronicillnessawareness #disabilityawareness #Burks #spoonies #spoonielife
Novel cell therapy enables paralyzed man the ability to walk and feel his lower body again #health #celltherapy #futuretrends #paralysis #science #life
What's the difference between using the term Disability versus Handicap? (A big one if you ask most people!)