The H.R. 620 bill would weaken the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by delaying requirements that businesses be accessible to people with disabilities. Please ask your representative to vote “NO”.
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Viscardi grad Mariah Sepulveda shares how she overcame the fear of traveling alone.
People with disabilities aren’t broken. That’s why we need to stop using insulting language that insists we are.
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Job hunting can be overwhelming for many young people with disabilities. But, with careful planning and support, caregivers and parents can help make the transition to the workforce a positive experience.
For those of us with disabilities, Personal Care Assistants are our lifeline to independence. Yet PCAs still don’t receive the appreciation they deserve.
When it comes to hiring a PCA, one size doesn’t fit all.
Mariah Sepulveda (Henry Viscardi School ‘16 and Marist College ‘20) dishes advice on surviving and thriving as a wheelchair user starting college.
Kindergarten—home to energetic, wide-eyed five-year-olds with open minds, vivid imaginations, and a zest for life—could be a true think tank for the ideals needed to transform any workplace into an inclusive one.