Developmental Disabilities News
'GMA' Deals and Steals on products that pay it forward
Tory Johnson shares discounts of up to 55 percent off on products from companies that are giving back to their communities in different ways.
Special Olympics to help train United Airlines employees
United Airlines says it will get help from Special Olympics in training staff to handle travelers with intellectual disabilities
Young women using ADHD medicine up 700 percent over 8 years, CDC report finds
The number of women in their late 20s who filled a prescription for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder ( ADHD ) medicine skyrocketed by 700 percent between 2003 and 2015, according to a report released today by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While the uptick in the
Docuseries 'Undercover High' sheds light on modern struggles for teens
A&E's new show sends seven young adults, ranging in age from 21 to 26, back to school at Highland Park in Topeka, Kansas.
Family suing Alaska Airlines, contractor for woman's fall down airport escalator
A Washington state family is suing Alaska Airlines and a contractor for allegedly neglecting to properly care for a disabled 75-year-old grandmother who suffered a fall down a Portland International Airport escalator in June and later died. After her flight from Hawaii landed in Portland in June
Missing nursing student Holly Bobo's remains are found by ginseng hunters: Part 3
Two brothers, Zach and Dylan Adams, and two cousins, Jason Autry and Shayne Austin, are suspected by police.
Police shoot and kill Oklahoma City man as neighbors shout that he is deaf
An Oklahoma City man was fatally shot by police as neighbors shouted that the man was deaf and could not hear officers' commands to drop a metal pipe he was holding, police said. The incident occurred Tuesday evening after an accident led officers to a house where Magdiel Sanchez, 35, was outside
Colin Farrell recalls 'monumental' moment with son who has rare genetic disorder
Colin Farrell 's latest movie role as a torn father has him opening up about his own real-life fatherhood journey. In "The Killing of a Sacred Deer," Farrell portrays a heart surgeon and father of two who has to make a tough choice that will affect his family forever. The horror-thriller, which
Special education teacher helps student overcome disability
Greg Carlson has had to overcome learning disabilities throughout his life, but when he met his high school teacher, Megan Gross, learning became a lot easier. “It was always a joy to come in here and she’s just a wonderful teacher because she’s helped me a lot through my four years of high