The CDC estimates that 61 million American adults have some kind of disability. That’s 24%, or 1 in 4 who have some kind of significant physical, cognitive, or mental impairment. Today Brad Gabrielson (a wheelchair user with cerebral palsy) and Greg Moll (also a wheelchair and paraplegic) discuss a recent article from Forbes magazine titled “We Need To Rethink The Penalties And Rewards Of Identifying As ‘Disabled’”
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