How to be a good voice in the disabled community: How to make it in the world of disability

A man in his 60s who is blind was denied a job at a McDonald’s because he is too disabled to be called “McDonald’s voice”.“I’ve never seen a deaf person in McDonald’s,” he told the Telegraph.“I’m just so disappointed that I’m not able to get the job.”The man, who asked not to be named, said […]

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Autism language and testing: A new battleground

An autism language and test system that is designed to help parents understand their children’s disabilities will be introduced in a new pilot project in Auckland.The pilot project is designed as a pilot project to identify and implement language and communication challenges in the home, in schools and at community centres.Auckland’s Language and Language Disorders […]

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How to avoid disability enabled ads in your apps

When you want to avoid ads on a given device, you might try disabling language extensions on that device, or using an alternative browser.There are plenty of ways to do this on iOS, Android, and Chrome OS.But on iOS and Android, there are some additional ways to disable ads on that same device.Here are some […]

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What’s the worst way to treat a person with a disability?

Disabled people are often denied the right to express their opinions and opinions are often disregarded by the public and even the government.In an age when millions of Americans have disabilities, the way to resolve this tension is through advocacy.But that doesn’t mean advocacy is always the best solution.In fact, a recent study from the […]

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The latest in language-based disability coverage

Fox Sports is bringing its award-winning sports radio program “Inside the Linguistic Diverse Community” to television in the fall with the debut of the “Language-Based Disability” program, which features guest hosts who will discuss how they deal with language-related disabilities.The program will debut exclusively on Fox Sports 1 on October 10, and will air weekly […]

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How to find the best place for a disability-focused workspace in your organization

When it comes to workspace diversity, accessibility and diversity, there are plenty of great options out there.Whether it’s through hiring a disability specialist, setting up a disability office or setting up an accessible coworking space, here are the best ways to make the most of your space in your workplace.If you’re looking for a workspace […]

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Israel to close the doors to disabled people in ‘disability’ accommodation

Israel is set to close its doors to the disabled people who are forced to live in apartments, cafes, hotels, etc., where they have no means of communication.The move comes as the country prepares to move ahead with the construction of a new ‘disabled’ housing development in the West Bank settlement of Beit Ummar.A senior […]

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Windows 8 is the latest version of the software that disabled the deaf and hard of hearing

Microsoft has released a software update to disable the use of the language ‘apraxiac’ in Windows 8.The Microsoft spokesperson told The Register that the software update “changes the language from apraxiac to dsa.”However, it is unclear whether Microsoft is only attempting to disable apraxia in Windows, or if it intends to completely remove the language.This […]

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