Even amid last month's government shutdown, the job situation remained relatively steady for Americans with disabilities, the U.S Department of Labor said Friday.
Sephora is pulling a shade of lipstick called "Celebutard" from its shelves after complaints that the name is offensive to those with disabilities.
Health insurers must cover mental health services at the same level as physical ailments under new federal rules.
Training mothers of children recently diagnosed with autism to problem-solve may go a long way toward reducing stress levels among these parents, researchers say.
When a customer berated a supermarket employee with Asperger's syndrome for working too slowly, the story quickly went viral with tens-of-thousands coming to the worker's defense.
A recent court ruling that New York City's emergency plans violate the Americans with Disabilities Act could have widespread implications for cities across the country.
Families are facing limited housing options as an increasing number of individuals with autism enter adulthood, a new survey suggests.
A college student is suing her Montana school in federal court arguing that her disabilities prevent her from completing two math courses required to obtain a bachelor's degree.
A prominent self-advocate is resigning from his post with Autism Speaks citing "destructive" public statements from the organization's leadership and their disinterest in his ideas.
Boys are more likely than girls to be born prematurely and have a higher risk of death or disability regardless of where they are born in the world, researchers say.