How to avoid using ‘disabled’ language in Canada

Posted October 19, 2018 12:04:37When it comes to communicating with your disability, there are no rules.

As such, there’s no set set standard of what’s acceptable, but the language that you use when speaking and writing can have an impact on the way you communicate with others.

This guide aims to help you make better decisions on when to use what language to use, what you’re comfortable using, and what your friends are using.

We’ll also be sharing some tips on how to use your language in different situations, like at work, school, and social events.

This will be a useful resource for you as you continue to work and explore your language preferences.

Read more about how language is used in Canada: Learn how to tell the difference between English and French (PDF, 2.9 MB) Learn how the English language works (PDF) Learn what the difference is between the words “English” and “French” (PDF ) Learn how French is different from English (PDF , 1.9MB) Learn about how to identify when you’re using an English-speaking person’s accent (PDF 1.7MB)