It’s simpler than you think — and it’s essential.
Is he fighting for the rights of people with disabilities, or pulling a scam?
A new line of “realistic” Barbie dolls still meet the conventional standards for female physical beauty.
Jewish groups joined disability rights activists in expressing disappointment with the U.S. Senate’s failure to ratify the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Five organizations are recipients of the Ruderman Family Foundation’s Prize in Inclusion, honoring groups that provide services to foster the full inclusion of people with disabilities in the Jewish community.
Rabbi Samuel Hiller, 56, of Far Rockaway in the borough of Queens, was indicted on grand larceny and other charges, according to a news release issued Tuesday by Queens County District Attorney Richard Brown.
Chava Willig Levy contracted polio at the age of 3. Her new book, “A Life Not With Standing,” is a refreshingly honest look at wheelchair-bound life.
Sarah Erdreich’s family never talked about a mentally ill child who was sent away to the infamous Willowbrook facility. She vowed to make him part of the family again.
Jewish children with disabilities have a difficult time finding a place in a Jewish day school. Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi explores what she thinks is an inexcusable situation.
Can a Deaf Person Join a Minyan?