Biased landlords ignore disability rights, uphold segregation, activists say

WASHINGTON — Disability, race, gender, mental illness, and criminal history are used by landlords against low-income renters to deny access to public housing. That’s according to Lydia Brown, a fellow with Washington’s Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health…

Ballet Class Offers Hope for Disabled Children

At the Maryland Youth Ballet there is a program called Music and Motion that provides therapeutic ballet classes to dancers with physical disabilities.

Paratransit Riders Frustrated, MTA Under Scrutiny

Maryland Transit Administration’s paratransit service Mobility is working to make changes to serve customers and national standards

Rockville Athletic Facility Uses Innovative Gaming Technology to Train Clients

Fitness for Health in Rockville is replacing the “work” in working out with “fun” with their “gamer-cising” equipment. The trainers work with all types of clients, from 3 to 95, and with professional athletes to people with autism and cerebral palsy.