What to know about disability rights in Canada

By The Associated PressIn a country where people with disabilities can often find themselves trapped in their homes, where their rights are frequently ignored or abused, Canadians are learning a little bit more about what it takes to live a full life.A new report by the National Centre for Disability Rights (NCDR) highlights the many […]

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“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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How to get around negative stereotypes in your language: A new study

An audio-language disability (ALS) diagnosis is a label for a variety of disabilities that impair the ability to speak, read, write, or communicate in spoken language.An individual with an ALS diagnosis may be unable to understand spoken language, read or write, and can also be at risk for language impairments such as limited use of […]

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