Join MDA and representatives from Southwest and Alaska Airlines on Thursday, Aug. 10 at 3 p.m. EDT for an informative conversation about accessible air travel. This webinar is a continuation of MDA’s collaborative accessible air travel efforts as we team up with representatives from the airline industry to discuss traveling with a disability and as we explore ways to help eliminate barriers to access.
With a robust therapy development pipeline and more potential treatments moving forward, MDA believes it is critical that the national programs that support newborn screening efforts in every state have the necessary funding to help ensure all babies have access to life-changing and life-saving therapies.
This week, MDA joined with nine other patient advocacy organizations – including American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, March of Dimes and National Organization for Rare Disorders – to respond to the Senate’s newly-released draft of the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA).
Air travel is essential to being able to live, work or go to school where you choose—and can determine whether someone can see a specialty provider or participate in a clinical trial that is far from home. MDA believes accessto air travel is essential to living unlimited. That’s why we’re working with policy makers, federal agencies, industry, and other advocacy and disability rights organizations to help improve access to air travel for MDA families.