How can we use disability language to help students better understand their disability?

FourFourFourTwo is a website dedicated to providing you with the most up-to-date disability language resources.With a wide range of language learning and communication tools, we aim to make the learning experience for everyone better.We want to make learning accessible to everyone.And we want to share our passion for learning disability language with others.We are dedicated […]

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Which language is the most accessible for people with disabilities?

An article posted on the Australian Disability Rights website by journalist John Kelly explores the different ways languages can be used to communicate with people with physical or speech disabilities.Key points:A new book by journalist, John Kelly, looks at different ways language can be understoodLanguage can be very different to other social settingsLanguage is often […]

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“I want a disability-friendly language!”—A guide to disability-positive apps

Ars Technicapolises: The tech world’s biggest disability advocacy organizations—A disability advocacy group, one of the biggest disability organizations, and one of its biggest advocates.In addition to the disability-focused groups listed above, disability-related companies are often involved in social media campaigns, public outreach, and marketing.These companies have also been instrumental in the push to make disability […]

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