The gate agent reportedly said to one cheerleader, "HAHA I can do that with my hand too and say I’m disabled."
A rodeo star is hoping to spread awareness and encourage airlines to become more accommodating after an incident at United Airlines left her feeling uncomfortable.
A Texas mom says her teen son was beaten and sent threatening messages about lynchings and shootings.
A Pennsylvania man with cerebral palsy who's worked as a Walmart greeter for 10 years will likely lose his job unless he agrees to physical demands he's not capable of.
One year after surgery helped a girl with cerebral palsy take her first steps, she's made her debut at London Fashion Week, walking without her wheelchair.
Raising a child who would need to understand both of her parents' disabilities came with additional pressure — and ultimately led to Smith's decision to teach her daughter the importance of body positivity.
A gate agent accused one of the women of pushing her and called the police.
A legally blind woman is speaking out against Uber after a driver denied her a ride because she was traveling with a service dog.
Brandi Hanvold, who worked for Walmart for 11 years, said she struggled to get to work on time, sometimes even taking her electric wheelchair down busy roads.
Gregg Eichhorn built an accessible igloo so his two kids who use wheelchairs could participate in the fun with the rest of the family.
The black Labrador named Rowley is trained to help 22-year-old Megan Taylor with everyday tasks and, should she lose consciousness, can even phone for help.
The woman, who may appear able-bodied, has Parkinson's disease. The police are investigating since the culprit allegedly committed vandalism by scratching the hood of the car.
A photo taken of employee Ashley Gusman helping the man cut and eat his food has gone viral.
The Rollettes, a dance group for people with disabilities, and kids with disabilities from the Garden of Dreams Foundation teamed up to dance with the Rockettes for one special day.
On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, get inspired by 'DWTS' star and snowboarding champ, Amy Purdy.
People can't stop watching a moving Facebook video showing the bond between a disabled boy and Winnie the Pooh.
The veteran later pointed out that having people take up handicapped-accessible parking spots is an issue he faces every day.