FARMINGTON — The University of Maine at Farmington has received a National Science Foundation grant of $96,377 to engage rural students with disabilities in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning through accessible makerspaces.
Zappos Adaptive will provide an inclusive retail experience for people with physical differences and disabilities.
Over the summer, Sherri Brady sent out messages to fellow parents of children with disabilities asking for help getting the word out about a virtual picnic she was organizing.
The director Darius Marder and the sound designer Nicolas Becker went to great lengths to put viewers inside the head of a musician going deaf.
Navigating on a computer with a traditional mouse never came easy for 8-year-old Isabelle Dapkus, who has developmental disabilities. Continue reading This Company Reinvented The Computer Mouse For Kids With Special Needs
Emotional support animals are considered pets instead of service animals under the new rules, which go into effect next month.
New York brothers Bryan and Bradford Manning lost their vision due to a rare genetic eye disorder. Their new clothing brand, Two Blind Brothers, is funding research for a cure.
Introducing the brand new QUICKIE Nitrum, Sunrise Medical’s highly innovative rigid wheelchair that is unrivaled in terms of lightweight, rigidity, adjustability and functional options.
Continue reading Minimum Weight, Maximum Strength, Precise Control – Introducing QUICKIE Nitrum
Researchers at Baylor College along with Texas Children’s Hospital’s Center for Vaccine Development have received an $860,000 grant from the Department of Defense to develop a recombinant protein vaccine for Lyme disease—the most common vector-borne disease in the U.S. military and in the general U.S. population. Continue reading U.S. Department of Defense Funds New Lyme Disease Vaccine Development
Before the coronavirus pandemic, Evelyn Ramundo was a secretary at a group home in New Jersey that is run by a nonprofit focused on housing and employment opportunities for people with disabilities.