How Should I Refer to People Who Have Intellectual Difficulties?
Disability & Accessibility • 2m 23s
When referring to a person with intellectual difficulties, it’s important to choose your words carefully. Keep the conversation centered around their individuality, as opposed to their condition. Here are some tips for using inclusive, supportive language.
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