Prosthetic developers share prototype with Carper, SBA

Darryl and Suzen Dubre have developed a novel upper-extremity prosthetic, which the couple plan to manufacture in Georgetown, Del.

Jenny Eckart Hoyt directs her daughter Winnie's attention to an "eye gaze" device in their home
Schools could be getting millions more from Medicaid. Why aren’t they?

Medicaid officials have released new guidelines that could expand funding for healthcare–including mental health services and assistive technology–for eligible students.

Members of the community participate in a prior International Week of the Deaf event.
Mariners readying to host Delaware Deaf Fest ’23

The event aims to raise awareness of a growing population of deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals in Sussex County and to encourage inclusion in the local community.

Stephen Wittstadt, who has autism, peels potatoes at Sam's Caterbury Cafe in Baltimore
Nearly 99% Of Adults With Autism Have No Employment Services

A newly published study shows that between 2008 and 2016, only a small percentage of eligible autistic individuals accessed public employment services.

A person is separated from their service dog by a red velvet rope at a boarding gate in an airport.
Confused, Frustrated and Stranded at the Airport With a Service Animal

New regulations have created unpredictability for people flying with service animals.