Disabled persons

Disney fixes abuse to disabled policy... by ending it

Disney fixes abuse to disabled policy... by ending it

U.S. Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort will no longer allow visitors with disabilities instant access to rides
Sensing the world differently: How the disabled experience travel

Sensing the world differently: How the disabled experience travel

Shedding light on the travails -- and surprising joys -- of traveling with a disability
A look inside the Cerebral Palsy Children’s Association of Penang

A look inside the Cerebral Palsy Children’s Association of Penang

The Penang SCAP has been providing therapy and education to children with cerebral palsy, some from remote parts of Malaysia, for nearly 50 years
Disabled but not deterred: How I travel when the industry doesn’t want me to

Disabled but not deterred: How I travel when the industry doesn’t want me to

Rob Crossan, a visually impaired traveler, describes his experiences and how they need to be improved
Blind faith: How a priest is helping Thailand's sightless win jobs

Blind faith: How a priest is helping Thailand's sightless win jobs

Defying the belief that the blind have limited career prospects, one Italian priest has spent the last 30 years training them in everything from massage therapy to judo
14 years in a wheelchair, and still going strong

14 years in a wheelchair, and still going strong

When Bey Kok Cheng was paralyzed after a traffic accident, he could have given up hope, but 14 years later he's married and a successful businessman. Here he describes his motivation
Bangkok asked to fix its brutal sidewalks

Bangkok asked to fix its brutal sidewalks

The city's notoriously bad walkways have caught the attention of a global organization for the disabled. In other news: Coup rumors abound
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