2016’s Best & Worst Cities for People with Disabilities

by Richie Bernardo | WalletHub

When searching for a new place to call home, most people share a common set of priorities such as affordability, ample job opportunities, quality schools and a variety of activities. People with disabilities, on the other hand, often have a longer list of considerations. Factors such as accessibility of public facilities, quality of health care or even cleanliness of the air can take precedence over others.

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