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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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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How to get the most out of your disability language guides

By using the words disability language to describe your disability, you can help your disability guide communicate with other people, including your loved ones, in ways that may help them understand your disability better.Here are some key points to consider when developing a disability language.1.Disability language should be a non-judgmental approach.The word disability in disability […]

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