Growing ranks of researchers on the spectrum are overcoming barriers—from neurotypical bias to sensory sensitivities—to shape autism science.
The IDEA Center has been collaborating with faculty members in the University at Buffalo’s Rehabilitation Sciences, Industrial and Systems Engineering, and Computer Science departments to create a portable device to help individuals self-manage their rehabilitation when recovering from a stroke.
July 26, 2019 marks the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a civil rights law that promotes the inclusion of people with disabilities at work, school, or other community settings. Learn what CDC is doing to include people with disabilities in public health research and health promotion activities.
The perpetual association of current symbols with wheelchair users has been criticized for insufficiently representing individuals with other disability types.
Inclusive design as a movement has benefited an immense surge in visibility in design circles. Now that it is receiving the attention it deserves, the design community needs to know how to put inclusive design to work.
At the World Economic Summit 2019, Caroline Casey started what she hopes to be an inclusion revolution.
Historically, there’s often been a disconnect between the research that universities do related to transit and the actual policies and practices introduced by transit agencies. The research might be promising, but the links haven’t always been made to practical implementation.