What's Changed In 20 Years Since ADA Passage

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20 Years Of Protecting People With Disabilities

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Voice blindness, or phonagnosia, is a rare disorder that has to do with how the brain processes voices. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'Voice Blind' Man Befuddled By Mysterious Callers

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Listeners Deeply Affected By Eldercare, House Music

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For Kids, Dad's Bionic Hand Recalls 'Star Wars'

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Helping Those With Hearing Loss Get In The Loop

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Listen To A Man Read With His Tongue

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Tom DeBaggio, a herb and gardening expert, was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease in 1999. 1999 File photo/Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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A Decade Of Alzheimer's Devastating Impact

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Is Stem Cell Research Making Progress?

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"Glamorous Gal," a P-51 Mustang. Gemma Watters/NPR hide caption

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Flight Lifts Wounded Warriors From Private Battles

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Michael Patrick Thornton is artistic director and co-founder of Chicago's Gift Theatre Company, and has appeared on ABC's Private Practice. Michael Desmond/ABC hide caption

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Reclaiming Roles: Actors Play Beyond Disabilities

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Spinal Muscular Atrophy 'Doesn't Define Me'

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