City Of Detroit Announces First-Ever Strategic Plan To Improve Help To Residents With DisabilitiesIt's been 31 years since the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed into law, and Detroit is commemorating the date with new plans to help those with disabilities.
City Of Detroit Settles Case After Mom Barred From Taking Autistic Son Into Women's Locker Room At Rec CenterThe U.S. Attorney's Office has reached a settlement with the city of Detroit over claims that the Butzel Recreation Center violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Critics: Many New Wheelchair Ramps In Detroit Go 'Nowhere'"Look at all these ramps to nowhere. It makes my blood boil."
Blind Michigan Woman Allegedly Denied Cab Service Because Of Her Guide DogA spokesperson for Leader Dogs for the Blind says it was against the law for a taxi company in Saginaw to have denied a blind woman and her service dog a ride.
$60K Settlement For Ejecting Kids With Skin ConditionA Westland Golden Corral will pay $60,000 for telling a family to leave because the children had a genetic skin condition.
Disabled Flyers Reach Agreement, Gain Equal AccessFlying just got easier for people with disabilities thanks to a landmark case settled in Metro Detroit.
Whirlpool Adds Range to ADA-Compliant CollectionWhirlpool Corp. said Wednesday that it is introducing a freestanding range to its growing Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant appliance offering.