Joe Entwisle was rendered quadriplegic at the age of sixteen in a wrestling accident. He brings a distinctive perspective to the complex gaps in disability policy.
Disabled users need software that's not allowed by Apple's app store rules.
A new study finds that Americans aren't going on disability when their unemployment insurance expires.
In popular culture, law, and social policy, we have come a very long way.
There are now roughly 8.8 million Americans receiving federal disability benefits, a number that has doubled since 1995. One big reason? Simple demographics.
NPR has brought attention to potential problems with the nation's most important safety net for the disabled. How can they be fixed?
Dylan Matthews and I discuss a recent This American Life story about the growth of America's disability insurance program, which now costs $260 billion a year.
An interview with Chana Joffe-Walt, author of an extraordinary story on America's disability-insurance system.