“For those businesses whose ratings meet the criteria, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!” – Becki Agar Johnny's Pass is an accessibility website from Johnny Agar. Johnny gained fame from a 2013 feature in ESPN's E:60 series. He has cerebral palsy and his...

“You can dream it, you can hope for it, or you can make it happen.” – Ezra Frech’s motto. Team Ezra is a non-profit foundation that raises money for non-profits that support people with physical disabilities. Since 2006, Team Ezra has raised over $400,000. That number...

What's your August Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

Team Hoyt - Father and Son At a young age, long before Team Hoyt was a household name, it was clear that Rick was attentive and highly intelligent. His eyes were active and curious, showing exceptional observation skills. Dick and Judy taught their son the alphabet...

by Margot Cole Disabled Filmmaker Margot Cole discusses casting, representation, and her creative process I am the creator of Crip Video Productions. My journey as a disabled filmmaker began when my family introduced me to other adults with disabilities who became my mentors. My experiences with my...

Bringing inclusion and disability to the forefront of the world’s biggest stage. The Paralympic Games brings together elite athletes with all types of disabilities to compete on the world stage. It is the world’s third largest sporting event behind the Olympics and the World Cup (soccer). What...

Accessible Outdoor Activities For All Summer is in full swing and getting outside is all the fad. Then again, if you live in southern California, summer is always in full swing and getting outside is always the fad. However, not all outdoor activities are accessible. This...

What's your July Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

 “I wanted to get back to what I was doing, you know, I just wanted to carry on with life.” – Natalie Du Toit Natalie Du Toit is a South African swimmer, Commonwealth Games and Paralympic gold-medalist, and Olympian. At the age of 17, she lost...