The Doctors discuss the alarming and shocking statistic that those with special needs and intellectual disabilities are sexually assaulted at a rate 7 times higher than those without disabilities, according to a year-long NPR study.
The Doctors surprise Laurel with a ski trip to Aspen, windshield warmers, and all new flooring for her home to make vacuuming a thing of the past.
Being born without arms has not stopped Laurel from living an amazing life. She joins The Doctors to show how any obstacle in life can be overcome.
Laurel was born without arms. Meet this single mom of two who makes cooking, driving, and doing everyday tasks look easy. Check out her incredible story.
The Doctors welcome Julie, who has been bullied for her a handicap parking pass. She is coping with an invisible illness, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS).
Kevan’s dream to see Europe came true despite the fact that he is wheelchair-bound. With the help of 7 of his friends, he was able to travel to places that would have been impossible due to his spinal muscular atrophy.
Kevan has spinal muscular atrophy that keeps him wheelchair bound. So when he wanted to tour Europe, his amazing friends created a tailored backpack to trek him off the beaten path.
Does the type of service dog someone has matter? The Doctors weigh in on a recent report of a man allegedly kicked off a San Francisco cable car because the operator reportedly did not feel safe around his pit bull service dog.
Meagan, whose son Asher was rejected by a talent agency due to his Down syndrome, has a new mission to help other kids with disabilities.
The Doctors respond to the story of a disabled man who was forced to crawl off a United Airlines flight when crewmembers failed to provide a wheelchair for him.