Speech and language disorders can occur at any age, even from birth. It is difficult to identify them in children because they may not be able to communicate the problem.
Most people who aren’t visually impaired are generally aware of Braille. You see it on things like restroom signs and ATM buttons.
However, there’s much more we can learn about this
If you’ve ever visited another part of the world much different from your own, you may have realized, quickly, that you did not blend as well as you hoped. Depending on
As you might imagine, being deaf in a hearing world presents a unique set of challenges. Those who don’t deal with deafness directly or in their own family are often
Most of us cringe at the idea of “death and dismemberment” when we’re filling out our insurance forms. It’s important to keep in mind, however, that there is an ocean
As Election Day approaches on November 8th, those with special needs may be wondering about what experience they’ll have at their local polling station, especially if it’s their first time
Many of us wonder what we ever did without our smartphones. These electronic marvels give us information at our fingertips. If you go to anyplace where people gather, you’re likely
Uber has made quite a splash since it began. When you improve upon the idea of common and oft-underperforming taxi service and mix in today’s Web technology and smartphone apps,
More popular media and theatrical plays are being released than ever before. Because of the escapism involved in immersing our lives into the worlds of others, the entertainment industry provides
We honor those who have died in military service for our country in monuments, memorials, parades and moments of silence. However, it’s also important to honor and support those who