The ADA Education and Reform Act of 2017 limits the ability of people with disabilities to enforce their rights to access places of public accommodation.
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It has gotten harder and harder to get the right wheelchair parts and repairs. It is easy to vent frustrations at wheelchair suppliers but the underlying cause of most of these difficulties are the insurance policies dictating how parts and repairs are reimbursed. We could try to explain competitive bidding [...]
Over 150 wheelchair users, clinicians, partners and disability advocates gathered to advocate for inclusion at our 2016 Roll on Capitol Hill.
My hope is that WMATA will use its influence to engage Uber and Lyft in discussions regarding the need for access for all.
Ensuring access improves the quality of life for individuals, but also reflects the District’s priorities, and makes DC a better home and destination.
Energized spinal cord injury advocates from across the nation nation came together in Washington for our Roll on Capitol Hill this year.