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.
WalletHub’s analysts compared the 150 most populated cities to determine the most disability-friendly locations in America. In order to make such a comparison, they examined each city across 25 key metrics, ranging from “number of physicians per capita” to “rate of employed people with disabilities” to “park accessibility.”
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