How to identify disability languages and disabilities in Canada

By the numbers, it seems like the federal government is on the right track to include disability language in the Official Languages Act.But how to get there?The Federal Court has already ruled that it would be unfair to exclude disability language from the Act.And with a growing number of jurisdictions having laws or policies that […]

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How to tell if someone is suffering from a language disability

The phrase “proper” means the same thing as “the right way.”That is, people who have a disability can have the same way of speaking as other people.But some people with language disabilities have a different way of saying things, and this may be their disability.That’s because they can’t fully express themselves, or their voice has […]

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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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