People living with intellectual and developmental disabilities say one solution to Georgia’s workforce shortage is to hire them.
This year marks three decades of inclusive theater by actors with disabilities at Jerry's Habima Theatre in Atlanta.The program of the Marcus Jewish Community Center is marking the big anniversary with a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella.
In Gwinnett County, Peachtree Farms is providing job opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to work with produce and animals.
On the Wednesday Dec. 21 edition of Georgia Today: Gov. Kemp issues a state of emergency ahead of the extreme cold, a Savannah man has been charged in connection with the Jan. 6 riot, respiratory illnesses are up
A bipartisan group of lawmakers recommended a three-year plan to end the long waitlist for disabled Georgians seeking community-based support.
Beauty comes in many shades, shapes, sizes and abilities. That's the message two Miss Georgia beauty queens want to pass on.
An Indiana man's family sued a state-owned nursing home for alleged mistreatment. A U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case could determine the right of many Americans to sue government agencies.
The opportunity to engage with people with disabilities just weeks before early voting starts yielded mixed results from Georgia’s candidates for statewide office. Herschel Walker and Gov. Brian Kemp raise eyebrows for skirting questions.
Supplemental Security Income, a federal program meant to be a financial floor for people unable to work, hasn't kept pace with inflation. Many recipients are homeless, unable to save for an apartment.
When it comes to disability, a lot of ableist language and tropes are perpetuated by the media. Here's what experts have to say about how to talk about disability.
China has dominated the medal count at the last five Paralympic Games. That's in stark contrast with the low level of disability access in Chinese society.
Jennifer Normanly wants her 18-year-old son Jack back in school as soon as possible. Like many parents raising children with disabilities, she feels her voice has been forgotten amid the return-to-school pandemic discussion.
After an overwhelmed mother of four dropped off her 14-year-old son at a local hospital last month, she was arrested on charges of child cruelty. When...
Just a few years ago, many people with developmental disabilities in Georgia lived their day-to-day lives in the confines of the state’s mental health...
Around 57 million people in the United States live with a disability, including around 500 thousand children, according to a report by the U.S. Census...