On May 8, AMS Vans will play a round of golf to raise money for FOCUS, which supports families with a special needs child in a variety of ways.
Despite his disability, he lifelong dream of playing basketball for a varsity team came true for an 18-year-old student manager with cerebral palsy.
David Leal is a graphic novelist with muscular dystrophy. He has been working with a freelance writer and a graphic artist to create what's in his head.
Thought-controlled prostheses may become a happy reality for amputees, if the first implantations of robotic arms on patients go well.
Team Hoyt--a 51-year-old son with cerebral palsy, who uses a wheelchair, and his 72-year-old father--were honored with a statue at the Boston Marathon.
Despite years of Veterans Administration's efforts to speed up decision-making for disability claims, records of disabled veterans show no improvement.
AMS Vans is helping to spread the word about a contest on FriendshipCircle.com. They're giving away adapted bikes for special needs kids! Enter today!
Jasper the dachshund had paralyzed back legs from a spinal cord injury until he received a nose-cell transplant, and now, he's running all over the place!
Zac Vawter, who lost his right leg in 2009, used the world's first neurally controlled prosthetic leg to scale one of the tallest skyscrapers in the world.
Many Americans still wonder why a United Nations disability rights treaty to protect people with disabilities worldwide was voted down by the U.S. Senate.