3 Mistake to Avoid When Communicating with People with Intellectual Disabilities
Neurodiversity • 2m 36s
If you’re not experienced at communicating with people with intellectual disabilities, you may be worried you’ll say the wrong thing. Learn from these common mistakes to avoid making them yourself.
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