MIT's Open Style Lab creates functional, stylish clothes for those with disabilities.
Almost 25 years after the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, assumptions are being challenged: The visual arts are not only of interest to people with sight, music can be appreciated by deaf people, and the older person with Alzheimer’s can benefit from a museum experience or arts workshop.
Thanks to the Americans with Disabilities act – which turns 25 next year – and a demanding and aging baby boom generation, the nation has fewer limits for those with physical impairments.
California residents are letting their cars go dirty and converting their green lawns into drought-tolerant landscapes. The changed behavior has resulted in some improved water-saving statistics.