Society & Culture
INCLUDEnyc's Senior Family Educator Ruth DiRoma has been fighting for a more accessible NYC for people with disabilities since her mother was diagnosed with Parkinson's in the 1960s. Ever since, she has fought to bring both fundamental and life-enriching access to transportation, art, and education to the disability community and the community as a whole.
Integrate NYC Schools Now!
Unpacking the Endrew F. Opinion
From Shakespeare to Speechless: Disability in the Media
One Sibling’s Journey: On the Bus & Beyond (Part 2)
Bumps and Turns from a Sibling’s Perspective (Part 1)
Preschoolers with Disabilities
A Family Affair
Unstoppable: Ms. Wheelchair NY's fight for accessibility, inclusion, and representation
Designing with a Heart
Getting Unstuck: Parenting, support, and treatment for youth with OCD
The Ultimate Test: Travel Training on 9/11
Navigating Life: Thoughts on education, ableism, and advocacy
Doing Disney with a Disability
Art and autism: How one man made his son a superhero
Fighting for a more accessible NYC: Part 1
Due Process: Special Education Law and its History in NYC
Can students with disabilities be educated well?
Adaptability: Inclusion and accessibility in recreation activities
What Are My Options?: What's available on the special education continuum for children with disabilities
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