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Meeting Seniors' Needs During a Pandemic

Tom Egan, president & CEO of Phoenix-area nonprofit Foundation for Senior Living, describes how FSL adapted to deliver services in completely new ways amid the pandemic.

Ride Into a Safer Future: A Self-Driving Curriculum

Learn what every teenager should know about road safety and get an inside look at the future of fully self-driving technology with this self-guided curriculum for high schoolers.

Happy Veterans Day

Each year, Veterans Day is an important time to recognize and acknowledge the men and women who have served our country. Our organization, United Spinal Association, sees each day how veterans not only made sacrifices for our country​ while in uniform, but ​how they are still giving back to our communities.

Working to make our roads accessible and safe for everyone

Through iconic songs and movies, beloved works of art, and unforgettable books and stories, American roadways have come to symbolize freedom, adventure, possibility, and wonder. But for the roughly 61 million Americans who have a major disability and the estimated 1.3 million people who are legally blind in the US, independent mobility isn’t always an option.

Meet Max: High school history teacher, adventurer, and self-driving pioneer who is legally blind

Meet Max. He’s a high school history teacher at Brophy Preparatory Academy in Phoenix, Arizona. Max’s parents learned he was blind when he was three months old.

Discover the Future of Mobility for National Mobility Awareness Month

National Mobility Awareness Month is the perfect time to talk about how self-driving technology can transform the lives of blind people across the country.