On May 15, 2012 the U.S. Department of Education released guidance recommending limits on restraint and seclusion.
AAPD is working to end the institutional bias in Medicaid for low-income people with disabilities to be able to live in their homes and communities.
Transportation and mobility play key roles in the struggle for civil rights and equal opportunity in the disability community.
This publication is a compendium of resources to be used by congregational leaders, disability advocates and other concerned persons who wish to ensure that the ongoing debate on gun control does not do great harm by stigmatizing people with mental illness or depriving them of their rights and freedoms.
The transition from youth to adult – and from home to independence – is difficult for many individuals, and youth with disabilities face even more challenges during this period due to issues with accessible environments, health care, and a change from youth to adult-based services.