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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How to tell if your disability is a language challenge

Language is often used as a way of expressing emotions and expressing thoughts.It is used to convey a range of emotions including love, hate, anger, sadness, sadnessness, awe, wonder and awe.However, language can also be used to express a range on emotions, such as pain, sadness and anxiety.To help you know if you have a […]

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