How to Make Language Education Accessible for All students

A new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago suggests that language learning for children and adults with language disabilities is not always as easy as it appears.The study found that while the availability of online learning materials has increased in the last decade, they can still be a challenge for learners of all […]

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Why do some people speak more than others in their native language?

A team of researchers from the University of Toronto has found that people with a speech disorder who are bilingual have different types of speech.This finding is significant because it indicates that the brain is not completely unique to a particular language, and that people who speak a language may have different ways of processing […]

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How to turn your disability into a superpower

Disabled People is the latest book to be released by disabled rights group Disabled People.The book focuses on how disabled people can harness their talents and abilities in a variety of ways, such as in their chosen field.The author, Sarah Green, is a member of Disabled People and has been writing for disability groups for […]

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How to treat disability language guide and speech language interpreter in the workplace

The use of disability language is widely accepted as a valid tool to communicate disability issues to potential employers and employees.But there are serious implications if the language is not treated respectfully.It is not uncommon for employers to not use the language of the disability to communicate important aspects of the job, according to a […]

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When You See It, It Doesn’t Matter: Why ‘The Lego Movie’ Is Better Than You Think

It’s no secret that a lot of us struggle with language.We can’t always find a perfect translation, and we often struggle with the way words sound or the way they fit together.But we do have a few tips that can help us understand and even understand our language better.Here are some of our favorite suggestions […]

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How to read a transcript in ASL: A beginner’s guide

It’s been a year since the 2016 National Speech Language Association (NSLAA) launched its first ASL-enabled NFL team in Chicago.Now that team is playing its first regular-season game on Oct. 31 against the Chicago Bears.The team will be coached by former Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Aaron Donald, who earned his starting job […]

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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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Which disability language can you learn?

In the United States, disability language teaching is a big business.It is estimated that more than a million teachers are teaching at schools across the country.Many of the disability language teachers are part of a group called the Disability Rights Education and Advocacy Project (DREAP), a partnership of disability rights groups that aims to end […]

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