Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Fair Housing Month Focus on Disability Discrimination
Written by: Gustavo Velasquez
Edward Tirell and his wife are no different from the average couple raising a child today. They get up early every morning, make sure their 6-year-old son is prepared to go to school, drive him to the bus stop, and then get themselves to work.
But while that daily routine is played out in thousands of households across the country, Mr. Tirell is challenged in ways that most parents aren’t. He is unable to climb stairs and has difficulty walking more than 50 feet at a time because of a spinal cord injury.
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