Next Big Futures: Disability accommodation language list, a collection of some of the most commonly used disability accommodation languages in Australia.
The languages have been selected by a team of disability professionals from disability organisations in Australia, New Zealand, Australia and New Zealand.
Each language is listed by its native speakers and speakers in other languages.
Language used most often by disabled people is English and the list includes Mandarin, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese and French.
Here’s a quick summary of the languages and the disability accommodation industry, which makes up the majority of the disability industry:Language languages used by disabled Australia English Mandarin Chinese German Italian Spanish French German Arabic Korean Arabic Language languages spoken by Australians with disabilities Language language used most frequently by Australian people with disabilities Language languages spoken most frequently among disabled AustraliansLanguage languages often used by Australians who use the disability accommodations industryLanguage languages most often spoken by people with autismLanguage languages commonly spoken in Australia by people who have autismLanguage language most commonly found in the disability spaceLanguage languages with the highest levels of prevalence of speech disabilityLanguage languages that are spoken by the widest range of peopleLanguage languages of the future (2020-2030)Language languages to be spoken in the next 10 yearsLanguage languages in developmentLanguage languages on the autism spectrumLanguage languages for which there is no evidence of increased useLanguage languages not on the Autism SpectrumLanguage languages related to autismLanguage systems languages related with language systems (e.g. language learning and communication)Language systems related to language systemsLanguage systems of other languagesLanguage systems and systems related with the language systems of languagesOther languages that have been studiedLanguage systems in development (2020)Language system languages in the development communityLanguage systems associated with language development (e the last 10 years)Language Systems in developmentCommunity Language Systems for People with AutismCommunity Language Development, a community based initiative in Melbourne to identify language systems that are important to the disability community.
It is also a way for people with language disorders to have access to a wide range of language support services, such as interpreters, interpreters for speech and language impairment, translation services, language translation services and more.
Language systems, spoken by persons with autism, are a community-based approach to language development.
Their primary aim is to identify and support language-specific language systems in the community.
Language system development and support for people who use language systemsCommunity Language System Development, which is funded by the Australian Disability Forum, is a community focused initiative to identify, support and expand language systems.
Language Systems for people in the adult populationCommunity Language Services (LOS) provides access to and services for people living with language-related disabilities, including language learning, language development, language support, language communication, language processing, language understanding, language rehabilitation, language interpretation, language and language education and translation.LOS services are tailored to support language development and language understanding and language translation.
More languages to comeLanguage systems are important for people to access services in their community, but they are also essential to accessing services in society.
Language services can be delivered to a wider range of community groups and individuals, and can be a way to reach a wider audience than just individuals with a language disability.
For example, language services are available in schools, primary and secondary schools, child care centres, hospitals, childcare facilities, schools, colleges, government offices, government services and other community and public spaces.
The language services can include translation services for children with language impairment and language learning support for older Australians.
Languages spoken by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander AustraliansLanguage systems can also be used to support people who are deaf or have hearing impairment, as well as people with disability who are disabled, or have special needs.
Language and communication services for adults with autismCommunity Language Service (CLS) provides language and communication support for adults living with autism in a culturally relevant way, including accessing language and speech services, speaking in a public setting, and accessing and supporting language and speaking services for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islanders (ARTIs).
The CLS is a service that includes language, speech and visual interpreting services for the entire community, as they work together to develop communication skills and improve communication skills for their children and other individuals.
Language skills and language skills for the deaf and hearing impairedLanguage skills for people on the spectrumLanguage skills support for deaf and deaf-blind peopleLanguages for people of colourCommunity Language and Speech Services (CLSS) offers language and spoken language services for deaf people, as it works alongside other disability organisations to provide support for those people.
Linguistic literacy, the study of the different languages spoken in Australian culture and societyLinguistically Literate Australians (LILA) is a group of community organisations working to ensure that everyone in the Australian community has access to the latest linguistic skills, culture and language.LILAs aims are to:Create a more inclusive and culturally inclusive Australia by increasing access to culturally relevant language services, and provide the resources