It’s hard to miss Jim Brown rolling through the halls of Boulder Elementary School, on his way to teaching class.
Parents of developmentally disabled Montanans probably left a recent legislative forum with more questions than answers.
Don Browning stands for a portrait outside his home Thursday in Casper. Browning received a medical discharge from the Navy and a 100 percent disability rating in 1964 after a nine-month bout of tuberculosis, but did not receive Veterans Affairs disability benefits until 2006 due to incomple…
HELENA — Advocates who filed a federal lawsuit over Montana's treatment of mentally ill prisoners say they are optimistic the matter can still be resolved through negotiations with state corrections officials.
Just because it’s wearing a vest doesn’t mean it’s a service animal.
NOWCAP Services is scheduled to host a public meeting Thursday to discuss proposed cuts to a state program that pays for disability programs.
Living Independently for Today and Tomorrow Inc. (LIFTT), a Billings nonprofit that helps people with disabilities, will spend the next few days moving into a new building, a move officials say will improve its services.
GILLETTE, Wyo. — Playgrounds are something we take for granted.
School District 2 recognizes Montana's constitutional guarantee of equal educational opportunity for each person in the state.
Living Independently for Today and Tomorrow will host a community celebration on Thursday, July 26, to mark the 22nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The landmark civil rights legislation was signed into law by President. George H.W. Bush in a White House ceremony on July …
When Marcus Morris was a child, adults considered him incorrigible. Physicians incorrectly diagnosed him with multiple personality disorder, depression and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
This month, The Arc officially announced the affiliation of AWARE Inc. in Montana as a state chapter. The affiliation of AWARE will mark the first time in more than a decade that The Arc will have a statewide presence in Montana.
HELENA — A Great Falls construction worker faces a felony theft charge after prosecutors say he collected nearly $30,000 in disability payments while continuing to work.
WASHINGTON — Social Security's disability program is a political quagmire — and a metaphor for why federal spending and budget deficits are so difficult to control. The numbers are too big; the details, too complicated; and the choices, when faced, too wrenching. President Barack Obama's new…
HELENA — An advocacy group has filed a lawsuit against the Montana Department of Justice seeking the public release of a report the group says may show that people involuntarily committed to the Montana Developmental Center are at risk of abuse or neglect.
HELENA -- Trustees at Jefferson High in Boulder voted unanimously Monday night to put a letter of reprimand in the file of a basketball coach for the way that he handled cutting a student with disabilities from the team.
Some hunters are abusing a permit system that allows disabled persons to hunt from their vehicles, according to Fish, Wildlife and Parks' law enforcement bureau chief.
Montana Goodwill stores are offering several promotions to get families in the spirit for Halloween.
We don’t yet have a complete picture of what the proposal for deficit reduction that will come from the congressional supercommittee will look like, but the reports coming out of Washington look bleak. Many programs that assist persons with disabilities to live independent, productive lives …