This aspiring lawyer or cop enjoys playing baseball and helping others understand disabilities through open and honest conversations.
This dyslexic youth travels from Austin to D.C. to advocate for equality and opportunity for individuals with disabilities.
This assistant professor at Vanderbilt University, Paralympic bronze medalist, author, and so much more advocates for people with disabilities.
This Berkley student interns with Senator Barbara Boxer and credits the ADA for making it possible for her to be independent.
This college student shares how accomodations and supports can level the playing field and make a huge difference for students with ADHD.
This advocate focuses on how centers for independent living can better engage youth with disabilities and maximize outreach.
This High School/High Tech alumna has a passion for fashion and career exploration and is pursuing her AS at Florida SouthWestern State College.
This proud father and homeowner works to shatter misconceptions about people with disabilities and advocates for independent living.
This high school student learned about her rights under the ADA and worked to have a ramp installed at a local restaurant.
This recent college graduate made a video sharing the ADA's positive and transformative impact on his life.
This high school student's video showcases the assistive technology she uses every day at school, home, and with friends and family.
This master's graduate reflects on changes since the Silent Generation and the intersection of race, gender, and disability.
This vocational rehabilitation organization's youth engaged in conversations about the meaning of disability and the importance of the ADA.
This career-focused mentoring program based at a Florida center for independent living shares the recipe for putting on a youth ADA story session.