Annette Feliciano works at the Shake Shack in Battery Park City, and she is a dedicated worker. Just after Hurricane Sandy hit, the Shake Shack still had power--and somehow, she got there to start her shift. Of course, she acted like it was no big deal.
"It's rough, but we made it." said Feliciano. "We get there to work."
Feliciano got her job through Jobpath, and organization that helps people with developmental disabilities find work. Ryan Finger was her case manager.
This coming July marks the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. But, just how far have we come in securing equal access and equal opportunity for all, and what more needs to be done?