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By Disability Insider March 31, 2022

We want to hear your experience of life with a disability

People with disabilities face many physical and attitudinal obstacles on a daily basis. Not being able to watch a movie because there aren't any captions or no wheelchair accessible restroom at a restaurant are just two examples. Disability Insider (DI) invites you to share your story about living with a disability - whether it...

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By Anne K., Helen D. February 24, 2022

How people with disability can protect themselves from COVID

People with disability bear a disproportionate burden of COVID infections, serious disease and death. Every time...

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By Yasmine Sherif February 17, 2022

Fulfilling the right to education of children with disabilities in global education crisis

When she was just 16, Nujeen Mustafa made a 3,500-mile journey from Syria to Germany in a steel wheelchair....

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By Rob Woods January 19, 2022

Retirement planning tips for immigrants and American expats with disabilities

Whether you’ve immigrated to the United States or you’ve lived in the U.S. your entire life, you may wish to...

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By Gwen Payne December 15, 2021

How parents of a special needs child can practice self-care

In order to care for a child, parents must be strong in body and mind, and this is especially true for parents of...

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By Nomi Jules December 01, 2021

Is the United States facing a shortage of nursing homes for people with disabilities?

Although many nursing homes are equipped to handle the special needs of seniors with physical disabilities, they are...

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By Devin Golden November 19, 2021

14 Myths about Mesothelioma and Asbestos

Unfortunately, there are quite a few misconceptions regarding mesothelioma, the rare and aggressive disease caused...

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By Rob Woods October 18, 2021

How to launch your political career if you have a disability

Are you considering making a run for office? People with disabilities have long been underrepresented, but that means it’s increasingly important to take an active role in politics. If you feel called to a position but aren’t sure how to get started, read on for some helpful tips below: Choose Your Affiliation If you...

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By Rob Woods September 28, 2021

How the arts can benefit children with learning disabilities

For children with learning disabilities, being involved in the arts can help in emotional and cognitive development. Additionally, it can also serve as an effective method for improving social skills and building self-confidence. In this article, Disability Insider shares insights regarding how to involve your child in the arts and...