A mom believes taking a generic brand of acetaminophen while pregnant caused autism and ADHD in her child. She’s now suing Walmart in federal court.
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After years of tacitly endorsing the only facility in the country known to use electric shocks to address behavior in those with disabilities, a major ABA organization is coming out against the practice.
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Incoming U.S. Sen. John Fetterman’s performance during the debate, on the campaign trail and even his election night victory speech have elevated him into a disability icon of sorts.
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Citing concerns from stakeholders, federal education officials are telling schools to do more to help students with disabilities who move from one district to another.
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While the extreme outcome is unusual, it reflects the reality facing many with significant disabilities who are struggling to find services to live at home as thousands of caregiving jobs go unfilled.
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Despite strong pushback from disability advocates, a case that could severely restrict the rights of those who rely on Medicaid and other government programs is set to go before the U.S. Supreme Court.
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