For the millions of Americans experiencing dysphagia — the medical term for having difficulty swallowing or chewing — finding food that is equally nutritious, flavorful, and easy to eat can often seem impossible. Continue reading A New Type of Cookbook Focuses on Celebrating Good Food for All
A new brand of fashion — one which embraces inclusivity, accessibility and personalization — went on display Monday at the opening for the Ad(dress)ing Ableism exhibit at the Jill Stuart Gallery. Continue reading Disability Fashion Exhibit Brings Industry’s Newest Frontier to Cornell
The LGBT Asylum Project is non-profit organization exclusively dedicated to providing pro-bono legal representation for LGBT immigrants who are fleeing persecution and seeking asylum in the United States. Continue reading The LGBT Asylum Project
When Nyle DiMarco was 24-years-old, a friend asked him if he ever wished he could hear.
He immediately replied no. Continue reading Deaf activist, model shares experiences, advocates for inclusion
In Sam Gold’s new production of The Glass Menagerie, newcomer Madison Ferris is playing Laura with strength and resilience, as well as a visible mobility disability. Continue reading Meet The Actor With A Disability Who Is Helping To Transform A Classic Play
Show your support for inclusion and for autism spectrum disorders. Continue reading How to Support Autism Awareness Month this April
Members of the disability and business communities need innovative solutions that will fuel our motivation and spark our spirit for collaboration. Share yours with The Arc today! If you have the passion to educate and energize hundreds of individuals who carry out the mission and values of disability inclusion every day, you’re invited to submit a proposal to speak at The Arc’s National Convention. Continue reading The Arc’s 2017 National Convention– Call for Proposals!
Lyft is working to make its rides more accessible. Continue reading Lyft partners with the National Federation of the Blind to make rides more accessible
A team of Swiss university students want to make life easier for wheelchair users, so they’re developing a wheelchair that can climb stairs. Continue reading This wheelchair can climb up and down stairs