Disability Etiquette: Tips on Interacting with People with Disabilities
Covers the basic communication techniques that can and should be used when communicating with a person with a disability. Includes people who are blind or visually impaired, people with speech disabilities, people who are deaf or hearing impaired, people with physical disabilities and cognitive disabilities.
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