What is a disability etiquette language?

Engadgets article Language is often used to describe the way someone is interacting with a speaker.For example, a deaf person might say, “This is so cool!I can hear everything you say.”The person who is hearing-impaired might say: “I’m so sorry, this is just a misunderstanding.I just don’t know how to say it.”If the speaker does […]

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Which language is your disability language? The words to think about when you’re disabled

I’m not sure what you’d call me or how I speak.I’m autistic, but I can’t say I speak any other language.I can only understand English, which is the first language I learned.But that’s not how I’m going to get through this year, when I’m expected to get up in the morning and do the work […]

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Israel to close the doors to disabled people in ‘disability’ accommodation

Israel is set to close its doors to the disabled people who are forced to live in apartments, cafes, hotels, etc., where they have no means of communication.The move comes as the country prepares to move ahead with the construction of a new ‘disabled’ housing development in the West Bank settlement of Beit Ummar.A senior […]

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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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How to Create the Voice of Your Disability Language

Posted March 12, 2019 09:02:14When you want to get creative with your disability vocabulary, you can start with this crossword.The phrase “DSA Language” is a great way to start and is very empowering.You can use the word “disability” in the phrase, “Disabled language crossword.”You can also use the phrase “Disability crossword,” “D-S-A-L-I-D-A.”You could even use […]

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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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How to tell if your disability is a language challenge

Language is often used as a way of expressing emotions and expressing thoughts.It is used to convey a range of emotions including love, hate, anger, sadness, sadnessness, awe, wonder and awe.However, language can also be used to express a range on emotions, such as pain, sadness and anxiety.To help you know if you have a […]

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