The most important language to learn for a disabled person is disability language

Disabled Americans are disproportionately affected by language barriers and other barriers to accessibility in their lives, and those who use language differently can make the difference between success and failure in their life.But the importance of language also comes with its challenges.In an age when social media and video gaming have made communication with people […]

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How to identify language impairment in NFL players’ communication in a new report

The NFL’s latest study on language impairment has been released and it’s a big one.The study finds that a significant percentage of players are experiencing language impairment.The researchers say that in 2016, the average speed of an NFL player’s speech was 20.4 words per minute.A player’s speed was found to be a predictor of a […]

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‘You can’t win, you can’t hurt’: Transgender person’s suicide story to be featured in ‘The Bachelor’

Posted November 18, 2019 03:36:18″I was on a date with a girl that had been on hormones for a couple of years,” Jessica Deakin said.“It was just me and her, and I didn’t even have a boyfriend or anything.I was like, ‘Well, what’s up?This guy wants to bang me.’And she just kept walking and walking.And […]

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How to improve the accessibility of disability language to the deaf community

By now, you’ve probably heard that a new government-backed national disability language service has been launched to help make the world more accessible for people with disabilities.And that is good news.However, the new language service is not yet fully-funded, and that has not stopped people from expressing their opinions about its merits or lack thereof. There […]

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