In honor of Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Awareness Month let’s learn a few facts about seat belts.
In honor of Brain Injury Awareness Month, Laurie Elinoff of The Brain Injury Association of Maryland shares her personal path to advocacy.
The Legacy Wall draws attention to important figures in disability history and serves as a permanent monument for all who visit.
Maryland Work Incentives Coordinator, Susan Picerno, shares a “pre-ADA story” in celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
On May 7th each year, we are charged with breaking down obstacles on National Barrier Awareness Day.
The Brain Injury Association of Maryland is a nonprofit organization that provides help, hope, and healing to Marylanders who have sustained a brain injury and their families, through resource coordination, prevention and awareness programs, education programs, self-determination, and advocacy.
The intention of this day is to promote the rights of people with disabilities around the world.
My disabilities are dynamic (fluctuating) and I have learned that…when I am not using a mobility aid, a lot of people don’t know I’m disabled.
Independence Now Founder, Cathy Raggio, reflects on the day the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed in 1990.
The Independence Now team looks back at 2020 and lists all the new ideas that were implemented – and what a list it is!