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Disabilities

The amazing way dogs can save people from life-threatening seizures

Janaye's dog "Colt" is a lot more to her than a companion.

The incredible story of how a disabled Army vet became a Harvard Medical School student

From one uniform to another, his new life is just beginning.

You’ll be moved watching this teacher help his disabled student dance (VIDEO)

This gym teacher is an example of someone who puts his heart into his work, going above and beyond to educate our children.

This musician’s disability helped her create a sound all her own

"I'm never going to overcome my disability because my disability is part of who I am."

Can deaf people enjoy live music? Yes, and here’s how…

Matt does a lot more than sign; he brings songs to life.

Camp Open Arms: Where children with limb differences are normal

The camp offers a safe environment where the kids can be themselves.

Father of son with Down syndrome tells the world what it’s really about (VIDEO)

He couldn't speak up in the moment, but now he's telling the whole world.

Morgan’s Inspiration Island is the first waterpark for people with disabilities

When their daughter couldn't play with the other kids, they set out to find a solution.

New app helps commuters with anxiety use the subway

For those with anxiety and phobias, public transportation can be a real challenge.

Mother says adult, disabled daughter traumatized by doctor’s suggestion of assisted suicide

Canadian mom seeks formal apology on behalf of other families with a disabled child.

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