“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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Why I didn’t like this video from “The Office”

I am in the middle of my third season of the popular “The X Factor” reality competition show and I’m watching a trailer for a new season.As soon as I hear the first words, my mind immediately goes to “What if they were the X Factor judges?”But before I could finish the thought, I had […]

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Why I didn’t like this video from “The Office”

I am in the middle of my third season of the popular “The X Factor” reality competition show and I’m watching a trailer for a new season.As soon as I hear the first words, my mind immediately goes to “What if they were the X Factor judges?”But before I could finish the thought, I had […]

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What are disability first and disability sensitive languages?

Disabled first language (DFL) is the first language the deaf and hard of hearing person can hear, and can be used for communication.It can be spoken by individuals with hearing impairments, or used as a substitute for spoken English, as well as by the blind.Disability sensitive language (DSL) is an alternative to DFL, but is […]

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