Stepping on a scale and getting your weight is a regular part of many doctor or hospital visits. However, most scales are designed for use while…
People with disabilities often work with a variety of medical and community providers. In the best-case scenario, these providers work together as a…
The idea that every individual’s life has value is fundamental to the work of medical professionals. Yet too often, biases and misconceptions about…
Compared to people without disabilities, people with disabilities are less likely to receive cancer screenings and preventive care, have higher rates…
Oral health care—which includes care for your teeth, gums, throat, and the bones around the mouth—is critical to overall health. People with…
People with disabilities are more likely to need health care services. The Americans with Disabilities Act has helped more people with disabilities…
In-person medical appointments can present unique challenges for people with disabilities, particularly if they live far from the health providers or…
Lisa Lounsbury used ADA guidelines to ensure her mobile art therapy practice can serve clients of all abilities After searching for the perfect “…
    
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