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Disability-inclusive, Deaf-inclusive communications

Learn how to create disability-inclusive, Deaf-inclusive communications that is accessible and respectful and reaches everyone.
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Is your public communication reaching all people? Particularly including people with disabilities and Deaf people? Additionally, does your communication show respect for disabled people and Deaf people? Is your communication disability-accessible? Learn how to create disability-inclusive, Deaf-inclusive communications. Great Britain wrote this guide for UK government workers. However, it is also useful for people not in government. Furthermore, it can be used in other countries with minor changes. People in other countries should consult local Deaf and disability organizations on disability-inclusive, Deaf-inclusive communications. Some advice may vary in different countries.

People may also be interested in this guide for media reporting on disability.

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