One in five Americans lives with a disability. What are your plans to protect and expand disability rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act?
People with disabilities account for 20% of the population, we need a president that will honor the Americans with Disabilities Act and improve the lives of people with disabilities
Groceries and inflation keeps rising but no raise for quite some time now. My wife and I struggle with co pay on Medicare and do not qualify for food stamps.
There are so many families with disabled children and adults that depend on funded programs and services.
Disabled Americans face ongoing discrimination and barriers to participation in society. Since disability is a category anyone can join at any time, what will our POTUS do to support this community?
How will you improve and protect current safeguards for those with permanent disabilities that cannot work Full-Time, and will never truly be able to live without welfare and assistance programs?
With one candidate openly bullying a journalist with a disability, those of us who are disabled are frightened of the treatment we might receive from future administrations.
As a disabled person the amount of money I receive to survive on is not enough when you look at the bills. What are some things that can be done to help? Could you improve social programs?
25 years after the enactment of the ADA, millions of people with disabilities still live in poverty and are chronically underemployed. How will you address this?
those on ssi have to be worried about cuts to our benefits for eather tax cuts or more money to military
People with disabilities struggle to have opportunities like everyone else. Will you support states Olmstead Plans like Minnesota?
With the rising number of children with autism, (mine included) we need to start thinking about how to best support those adults. I'd like to know, what do you plan on bringing to that discussion?
A large cohort of individuals with autism will be entering adulthood starting in four or five years. What social programs do you propose we expand or introduce in order to support these individuals?
I have a loved one with autism and they need specific supports and services that are not easily attainable in US. I want a President who will better the lives of all of those living with disabilities.
On a federal level, what are some things you would like to see implemented to help improve the lives of children and adults who suffer from all disabilities?
A vast of majority of this country gave ZERO protection laws since ADA & Section 503, 504 & 508 civil rights. Should be enforced and toughen the laws by punishment with penalties for discriminations!
Many transgender and nonbinary individuals know more about their health than their doctors, and transitioning can cost an average of $38500 for surgery and hormones.
30+ years of 'welfare" programs are not working in black inner-cities. they can't do it themselves. they need help with a massive long-range federal/state/ local coordinated civil rights program.