Autism bill would help families, move Pennsylvania forward | Opinion
A licensure bill for behavior analysts is badly needed. Lawmakers should tackle the issue in the next legislative session.
Autism legislation before Pa. Senate offers false promise to families
The bill will impede access for individuals in need of ABA support.
Want to fix that worker shortage? Pa.’s autistic, neurodiverse residents are ready | Opinion
Different brains communicate differently and have different priorities Accepting that both are valuable would make a world of difference.
If not now, when will Pa. fully fund its intellectual disability system? | Opinion
The system is crumbling before our eyes. Gov. Wolf's budget falls short of addressing the crisis.
David Bowie and The Kinks gave her the courage to come out. How a Philly community program helped this transgender woman finish the journey
While Pride celebrations and festivities are still trying to bounce back from the COVID pandemic, Peyton Udell still finds much to be proud of.
Pa. does not take a one-size-fits-all approach to disability services | Opinion
An official says Pa's goal is to expand choice for disabled individuals. And they're working hard all the time to make it happen.
This is Pennsylvania’s biggest – and most overlooked – workforce crisis | Opinion
Pennsylvania needs more people to work with those living with intellectual disabilities and autism. And they need to be fairly compensated for that work.