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2014 Press kit

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  • 50% - Newsstands nationwide by Time-Warner

    35% - Subscriptions

    15% - Events/Conferences

    IT WAS ABILITY THAT MATTERED, NOT DISABILITY, WHICH IS A WORD IM NOT CRAZY ABOUT USING.

    Marlee Matlin

    165,000 CIRCULATION

    ABILITY SUBSCRIBERSPeople with DisabilitiesFamily MembersHealthcare ProfessionalsCaregiversHospitalsAdvocatesCelebrities

    The White HouseCongressSenateDepartment of Labor Department of EducationDepartment of AgricultureFCC

    ABILITY Magazine is consistently ranked in the

    Top 50 Magazines in the World.

  • The ADAs definition of a disability isaphysicalormental impairmentthatsubstantially limits one or more oflifesmajoractivities.

    Not all disabilities are visible. Forexamplediabetes,cancer,depression,heartdiseaseandAlzheimersdiseaseallfallunderthecategoryofainvisibledisabilities.

    Almost half of the accommodationsneeded by employers and jobapplicants with disabilities withdisabilitiescostabsolutelynothing.

    Americans with disabilities are thelargest minority population in thecountry,withover50millionpeople.

    This group has $220 billion indiscretionaryspendingpowerand$1trillioninconsolidatedbuyingpower.

    92% of U.S. customers feel morefavorable towards a business thathirespeoplewithdisabilities.

    FACTS & STATS

    The average citizen will experience 13 years of a disability in his or her lifetime.

    Of the 69 million families in the United States, 20.3 million families have at least one member with a disability.

    40% of our travelling public is made up of Americans with disabilities and their companions.

    1 in 2 Americans over the age of 65 has a disability.

    13.1 million people use assistive technology for anatomical, mobility, hearing, vision and speech disabilities.

    Approximately $13.6 billion annually is spent on travel by people with disabilities.