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By the time the doors open 15 minutes early that Saturday night, dozens are lined up to get inside.

When Bruno Youn was 3 years old, his mother noticed something was off about her firstborn son.

Michael Nesmith is a creative guru at Amazon—his official title being an art director.

Susan approached her husband, heart thumping, as he sat in their living room. Days earlier, on Valentine’s Day, she had been diagnosed with colon cancer.

The diagnosis felt like a death sentence. Pam Dahl had just driven four hours to visit her adult son, Derrick, at the southern Oregon group home where he received round-the-clock care.

People with disabilities want to work, they have skills that they can bring to the table, and if given the chance at a position that fits their skills, they can excel. On A&E’s groundbreaking new series The Employables, premiering on May 15th, viewers will see these three facts come to life.

Some people who saw Paul and Kris Scharoun-DeForge from a distance felt pity for them. Others discouraged them from getting married.

OLD BETHPAGE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A special needs drum corps from Long Island has been invited to perform and compete and the world championships in Williamsport, Penn.

In what developers say is a first, an entire neighborhood of brand-new homes is set to hit the market that is specifically designed for adults with developmental disabilities.

Gov. Jay Inslee today signed into law updated regulations on car-seat and booster-seat use in Washington state. The updated law will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2020.