When does the word “autism” begin?

The word “disabled” begins with a capital “D” and the word for the disability begins with an “e”.The first two letters are capitalized.The term “disabled”, however, is spelled as “disability”, which can be tricky.The official spelling of the word, for example, is “disabilities” (not “disables”), which is not the same as “disabled”.And there’s a difference […]

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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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A look at the most prominent LGBTQIA+ characters in video games

I was in my late teens and early twenties when the first LGBTQIA+, video game character was born.For me, the first game character I ever played was The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.My teenage self wasn’t quite ready for it yet, but the first time I played Skyrim was during the first week of my sophomore […]

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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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