10 best, worst cities for people with disabilities

Here are the 10 finest cities for people with disabilities, according to the analysis:.

To identify the very best and worst cities for people with impairments, analysts compared 182 U.S. cities, including the 150 most inhabited cities, on 34 metrics of disability-friendliness, ranging from doctors per capita to park accessibility. Each of the metrics fell under among the following categories: quality of economy, healthcare or life. Learn more about the approach here..

Scottsdale, Ariz., is the best city in the U.S. for people with specials needs, according to an analysis by WalletHub, an individual financing site..

1. Scottsdale, Ariz..

2. St. Louis.

3. South Burlington, Vt..

4. Huntington Beach, Calif..

5. Bismarck, N.D.

6. Minneapolis.

7. Denver.

8. Overland Park, Kan..

9. San Francisco.

10. Pittsburgh.

Here are the 10 worst cities for people with specials needs, according to the analysis:.

1. Bridgeport, Conn..

2. Gulfport, Miss..

3. Providence, R.I.

4. New Haven, Conn..

5. Winston-Salem, N.C.

6. San Bernardino, Calif..

7. Worcester, Mass..

8. Juneau, Alaska.

9. Knoxville, Tenn..

10. Moreno Valley, Calif..

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To recognize the finest and worst cities for individuals with impairments, analysts compared 182 U.S. cities, including the 150 most inhabited cities, on 34 metrics of disability-friendliness, varying from physicians per capita to park accessibility. Each of the metrics fell into one of the following classifications: quality of health care, economy or life. Bismarck, N.D.

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