Inclusive Language for Mental Health & Cognitive Diversity
Dimensions of Diversity • 2m 58s
Find out how to communicate inclusively when discussing mental and emotional health and neurodiversity -- the natural variations in brain functioning for learning, thinking, and processing information. Learn to recognize and avoid language that is trivializing, derogatory, or insulting.
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