When the IRS won’t tell me if I can speak my language: The latest on the IRS tax fraud scandal

The IRS has not been telling me that I can say my language, the IRS has refused to tell me that there are legal requirements that I have to comply with, and the IRS is now telling me I have a choice to say my name, my religion, my gender, my political affiliation, my sexual […]

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How to talk about your disability in public? Here’s a guide

A year ago, we asked readers to suggest the most appropriate language for a disability-themed conversation.The result was a list of more than 1,300 suggestions that we have made available online.We wanted to know what people thought about these suggestions, so we created a survey.The results have been published in a book, Words with Words […]

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Why Django is not for me and why my employer won’t hire me

By JONATHAN STAPLETONA The American conservative website The American Interest is reporting that the company that owns Django CMS has decided to no longer hire people with disabilities. The company has confirmed that it will no longer employ people with Disabilities in the Django CMS. It said in a statement: The Django CMS is an inclusive CMS for […]

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‘If I was a man, I would go out and get married to my girlfriend’: Aussie mother explains her transition

If you’re a father and have a disability and want to be the man you are, there’s hope for you.The first thing you need to know about being transgender is that you can’t be what you are if you don’t change.“There are a lot of things that are part of the gender identity that are […]

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What the research says about the APEX survey and the APA disability survey

What the science says about APEX’s disability survey and APA’s disability definition.The APA Disability Survey is a longitudinal, longitudinal survey of APEX participants, measuring disability and functioning in different settings and settings across the United States.It measures participants’ disability in five areas: speech, hearing, vision, mobility, and social, as well as their impairment in cognitive […]

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5 things to know about language disabilities

The language skills of millions of people worldwide have become a focus of concern in recent years.In a wide-ranging report released today, the Institute of Language Professionals estimates that more than half of the world’s population has a language-related disability.The report, “The Language Skills of Millions: What Is Language?A Statistical Analysis,” aims to provide clarity […]

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Which disability language can you learn?

In the United States, disability language teaching is a big business.It is estimated that more than a million teachers are teaching at schools across the country.Many of the disability language teachers are part of a group called the Disability Rights Education and Advocacy Project (DREAP), a partnership of disability rights groups that aims to end […]

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