How to Make Language Education Accessible for All students

A new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago suggests that language learning for children and adults with language disabilities is not always as easy as it appears.The study found that while the availability of online learning materials has increased in the last decade, they can still be a challenge for learners of all […]

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Why do some people speak more than others in their native language?

A team of researchers from the University of Toronto has found that people with a speech disorder who are bilingual have different types of speech.This finding is significant because it indicates that the brain is not completely unique to a particular language, and that people who speak a language may have different ways of processing […]

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Why I’m a “disability advocate”

It’s an age old debate, with people of varying ability groups all weighing in.Disability advocates have long been vocal in their desire to change the stigma surrounding disabilities, particularly in the eyes of those who lack these skills or abilities.While this debate may be old, the discussion continues, with some disability advocates even taking to […]

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How to speak Arabic fluently and effectively in Israel

Israeli Jews have found it much easier to communicate with their Arab neighbors than with their Jewish counterparts.And for a country that has been under siege by Arab nationalism, the language is proving increasingly useful.As of November 1, Israel was ranked third on the world list of countries with the highest percentage of the population […]

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What you need to know about crossword puzzles

If you’re not already familiar with the crossword puzzle genre, you may want to give it a look.If you have a disability, it’s an invaluable tool for keeping you connected to your loved ones and loved ones to the world around you.The answer to any question is never an exact or definitive one, but the […]

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When will you be able to go blind?

Posted September 20, 2019 08:05:42 The number of Australians with an intellectual disability is set to rise to nearly 4.5 million by 2035, according to the National Disability Insurance Scheme.The figure, which is currently at about one in five, is expected to increase by more than a third by 2031.But a key question remains about […]

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Obama says he won’t use ‘disabled language’ to describe Trump

President Barack Obama will not use the “disabled language” of his presidency to describe President Donald Trump, a White House official said Monday.In his State of the Union address, Obama said that he will not invoke the language of the office during his term as president, though he will use it during any future discussions […]

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