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Communication -- Disability etiquette

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This disability etiquette guide provides general tips for working with individuals with disabilities. These tips cover general do's and don'ts, and mobility, blind or low vision, deaf or hard of hearing, speech, and non-apparent disabilities.
This booklet from the United Spinal Association provides tips for interacting more effectively with people who have disabilities. The booklet includes basic, terminology, and disability specific tips. Examples of basic tips include ask before you help, be sensitive about physical contact, and think before you speak. Some examples of terminology...