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In a new book, author Jonathan Mooney argues that we must stop striving for sameness and accept that differences are an essential part of being human.
Last week, medical ethicist Ezekiel Emanual spoke to The MIT Technology Review about why he believes life after age 75 is not worth living.
We look at the use of physical restraints and isolation rooms for children and adults with disabilities around the world.
In Happy Parents, Happy Kids, author Ann Douglas argues that many of the pressures facing parents today can't be relieved one family at a time. That's why broad changes are needed at a cultural and
Kevan Chandler paid a visit to Holland Bloorview last week on a tour to promote his new book We Carry Kevan: Six friends. Three countries. No wheelchair.
Families protest the Weyburn, Sask. decision to keep a small group home out. This photo is from CBC NewsI'm embarrassed.This isn't the Ca...
Ontario adults with developmental disabilities are nearly four times more likely to die early than their non-disabled peers, and fare wor...
Two Blind Brothers is a new luxury clothing brand in New York City named for its owners—brothers Bradford, (right) 31, and Bryan Mannin...
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