When does the word “autism” begin?

The word “disabled” begins with a capital “D” and the word for the disability begins with an “e”.The first two letters are capitalized.The term “disabled”, however, is spelled as “disability”, which can be tricky.The official spelling of the word, for example, is “disabilities” (not “disables”), which is not the same as “disabled”.And there’s a difference […]

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How do I find and understand the disability language use in the United States?

The U.S. Department of Education has released a report that details how the U.K. government uses disability language and the types of language used in the U and U.N. countries.This information was originally published in November 2017, but is now available online.The report, Disability Language Use: How the U, U.P. and UNA are Using Language, […]

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How to be a disability advocate,what is disability,simeens disabled language,negative language disability

Google News article Language speaking disability (LSPD) is a form of language impairments that can cause difficulty with the ability to understand, read, write and understand and communicate with others.It is defined as a language that is not recognized as normal or natural.It may cause difficulties in: 1) the use of speech or language 2) […]

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