Katherine describes how the Americans with Disabilities Act,, civil rights legislation intended for the 19% of Americans with disabilities, has given her greater access to the good things in life.
By Dan Sullivan With the advent of the ADA’s upcoming 25th anniversary, has this historic legislative act completely changed the world for those of us with disabilities? The surprising answer may be a resounding no. The reason being is that the Americans with Disabilities Act never was meant to make wholesale changes. Instead, it was…
By Michelle Roach When imagining the typical bowler, you probably think of a middle-aged to older gentlemen with a beer belly. At 25 years old, female, and actively trying to avoid a beer belly, I am definitely a standout on my bowling league. Another time I stood out on the lanes was when I went…
Theresa describes what happened when her vision loss forced her to resign from her job. A good mentor, she finds, can go a long way in making the workplace accommodating for people with disabilities.
Dan writes about the first time he was inspired by another blind person.
Theresa describes what it is like to go hiking with a visual impairment.
Frank discusses what happens when a unique experience involving a coffee cup threatens his perception of himself.