In This Blog: Assistive technology consists of systems and equipment; including physical devices and software. They are designed to maintain or increase performance for disabled people. Disabled people in the… Continue Reading Assistive Technology in the Workplace
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In this blog: The question: What Do You Call a Disabled Person is a fairly popular one. People often struggle to engage with disabled people due to fear of offending.… Continue Reading What Do You Call a Disabled Person
In this blog: The language around disability is fluid. It’s ever changing and this can cause confusion. We shall some shed light on the meaning of some commonly used words.… Continue Reading Disability Language: How To Talk About Disability
Language surrounding disability has always been a minefield To me, I have always been baffled over the complexity of what people make language to be. When working in the disability… Continue Reading The Insidious Result of Language
The Right Candidate When recruiting for a role, whether that role is paid or voluntary, full-time or part-time, you always want to make sure that you’re getting as much value… Continue Reading Attracting Disabled Candidates
The importance of web accessibility to disabled customers I received an email the other day from a person I met at an exhibition. We had been talking about how, when… Continue Reading Disabled Customers – Don’t Ignore Them
The Context Over the last few months and throughout my career, there have been many conversations about whether the term “disabled people” should be utilised over the term “people with… Continue Reading Disabled person vs. person with… The debate continues
There’s no getting away from the language used to describe disabled people. Before you read any further, have a think about the language that springs to your mind when thinking… Continue Reading So Brave