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Disability Communication: Etiquette and Communication Methods Document List

Thumbnail pictureThis page contains the full list of the 90 items, articles, fact sheets, and documents from the Disabled World Communication category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.


Publications:

1 : Down Syndrome Drummer Led Band REYNOLS Announces Minecxio Emanations 1993-2018.

2 : Instant Messengers for Disability Chat and Communication.

3 : Cheap Internet for Disabled, Seniors and Low-Income Americans.

4 : How to Take Control of Your Facebook.

5 : Our Digital Remains Should be Treated with Same Care and Respect as Physical Remains.

6 : Smartphone Addiction is More Addiction to Social Interaction.

7 : Cognition and Emotion Play a Role in Predicting Quality of Children's Friendships.

8 : Stuttering: Stop Signals in the Brain Prevent Fluent Speech.

9 : Social Networking Helps Keep People Healthy.

10 : Organizations at High Risk from Cyber Attacks - Common Attack Methods Still Successful.

11 : No More Locked Cellphones and Unlocking Fees Thanks to CRTC.

12 : What's (wrong) in a Name : Compensation and Kaabil.

13 : Research Reveals Stuttering Related to Brain Circuits That Control Speech Production.

14 : Justice Department Revises Regulations to Require Closed Movie Captioning and Audio Description for People with Disabilities.

15 : Human Behavior: The 4 Basic Personality Types.

16 : FCC Approves Proposal to Utilize Real-time Text to Aid People with Disabilities.

17 : Netflix to Add Accessible Audio Descriptions for The Blind.

18 : New Bell Mobile Accessibility Products & Services.

19 : Do Blind People Characterize Others by Race.

20 : Church Online Interpreted for Deaf and Hard of Hearing.

21 : Phone Scams to Watch Out For in 2015.

22 : PhotoAbility Showcases Disability Inclusive Images.

23 : Deaf, Deaf-Blind and Hard of Hearing Domestic Violence Survivors Hotline.

24 : Easter Seals Thrive Program Provides Support for Young Women with Disabilities.

25 : Music Therapy Can Help Stop Violence In Special Needs Children.

26 : SmartVP 2.0 Videophone for Deaf and Hard-of-hearing.

27 : Court Allows Testimony in Alleging Cell Phone Linked Brain Tumors.

28 : To Know What They're Saying People Rely on What They Hear.

29 : Lifeline Discounted Monthly Phone Service.

30 : History of Disability: Online Exhibition from National Museum of American History.

31 : DitzAbled Princess - A Comic with a Difference.

32 : Audioboo: Social Audio Sharing Site for Visually Impaired.

33 : Social Media and Senior Health.

34 : Vishing: What is it and How To Protect Yourself.

35 : AT&T Launches Corporate Accessibility Technology Office Expanding Commitment to Customers with Disabilities.

36 : Obama Phone: Free Cell Phone Truth or Myth.

37 : Living and Communicating with a Person with a Disability.

38 : Simplifying Wireless Communications for Individuals with Speech Disabilities - Sprint.

39 : Telecommunications Relay & Captioned Telephone Services.

40 : Can Twitter Help Save Lives - Cardiac Arrest and Resuscitation Related Tweets.

41 : Characterizing Online Cyberbullying - A Struggle for Social Scientists.

42 : Toby's Story - Documentary on Spinal Cord Injury.

43 : Ham Radio Station Connects Retirement Community to World.

44 : FreeAppADay Selects FunMobility to Help Gamify Its Community.

45 : Tracking Public Health Trends with Twitter.

46 : Verizon Invests in Nonprofits That Use Technology to Help People With Disability.

47 : New Free Video DVD from St. Louis Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

48 : T-Mobile Merger Support Growing.

49 : Cell Phones May Reduce Male Fertility.

50 : Maine Relay Mobile Captions Service.

51 : Milestone for Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Purple Communications.

52 : The Pain of Social Rejection.

53 : Accessibility - New Frontier for Mobile Technologies.

54 : CONTACT Cape-Atlantic Free Daily Phone Calls.

55 : Cell Phones Help Save Lives.

56 : Facebook Spell Checker For People With Dyslexia.

57 : Give Your Vision of Society for 2020 - Vision 2020.

58 : Obama Signs Technology Access Bill 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act.

59 : Treatment for Persons with Dysphonia and Voice Problems.

60 : Mobile Phone-Donation Program for Seniors.

61 : Just5 Launches YouTube Challenge to Highlight Phones Capabilities.

62 : New Logo for St. Louis Society for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

63 : H.R.3101 Bill Information.

64 : Accessibility in the Digital Age.

65 : Creating a Living Will and Power of Attorney - Your Final Say.

66 : Broadband's Impact on Quality-of-Life for Disabled and Aging.

67 : Enable America's Outreach Via Facebook and Twitter.

68 : TV Auditions, Winnings and Jobs for Disabled and Non-disabled Youth and Adult Artists.

69 : AT&T Convenes Advisory Panel on Access and Aging.

70 : Dr. Oz TV Show to Feature Carnie Wilson Weight Loss Intervention.

71 : TV Fox - Watch Free TV Channels and Programs from Around the World.

72 : WAMC Radio Highlights Support Available to Minority Students with Disabilities in Science Education.

73 : No Change in Brain Tumor Incidence Since Cell Phone Usage Increased.

74 : Internet Fraud & Phishing Scams: Educate Your Employees.

75 : New Windows Phones from Microsoft.

76 : 40th Anniversary of First Manned Moon Landing and Todays New Frontiers.

77 : Send Picture from Computer to Cell Phone.

78 : Cell Phones and Cancer - Fact or Fiction.

79 : Connecting a Cell Phone to Computer.

80 : Free PC to Cell Phone Text Messaging Online.

81 : Chat Room Types.

82 : Chatbots for Chat Rooms.

83 : IRC Chat Rooms.

84 : Windows Vista Java Chat Loading Issue.

85 : Hosted and Non Hosted Chat Rooms for Websites.

86 : List of Texting Acronym Shortcuts for Chatting.

87 : What are Shoutboxes Where can I get a Shout Box.

88 : Evolution of Online Communication.

89 : Solutions to Chat Room Loading Problems.

90 : Disability Newsletters List.



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