With a baking program and forthcoming bakery, a Richmond nonprofit helps young adults with developmental disabilities gain employment. more

Food News & Trends

Playing the lead role in SPARC's production of "Aida," a visually impaired teen finds the courage to face her own challenges. more

, Stage & Screen

Virginia Voice debuts live audio description for the visually impaired. more


A tiny Church Hill studio helps artists turn their calling into a career. more

Sunday Story

A private-pay community in Varina is home to adults with special needs. more


Researchers at McGuire Veterans Affairs Medical Center are working on a noninvasive way for amputees to use brain waves to control a prosthetic device. more


City, county and community meetings are a serious sport for this band of die-hard watchdogs, advocates and volunteers-turned-elected officials. more

, Features

A nonprofit program offers internship opportunities for young adults with special needs. more

Sunday Story

Greater Richmond ARC celebrates spring with a fundraiser benefit for its Ladybug Fund. more


The ReelAbilities Film Festival returns to the Weinstein JCC March 16-19. more


Greater Richmond ARC’s Camp Baker offers respite services year-round to families with special needs. more


A program called GoBabyGo! helps get toddlers with movement restrictions on the go in modified motorized toy cars. more


A new site offers advice on helping friends through illness, plus the week's health news. more


On stage and in the community, a young Richmonder proves he's more than his disability. more

Sunday Story

A new public art project connects Manchester to downtown. more

Arts 1 Comments

Adaptive-use trails at Pocahontas State Park open gateways to new experiences for cyclists with disabilities more

Living 3 Comments

A bicycle road challenge that helps veterans heal stops in Richmond and VCU Health offers free health lectures in idyllic settings. more


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