19 Years Under The Americans With Disabilities Act
This week marked the 19th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act by then President George H. W. Bush.
The act has brought about changes to public spaces and building that make them more accessable by persons with disabiling conditions. It also brought changes to laws that require employers to make accomodations for workers who have special needs due to a disability.
The law has brought many positive changes to those who have needed a little assistance to live their lives to full potential, and we are thankful that its benefits will continue for generations to come.