Communication

People with intellectual disabilities are often left out because organisations communicate in a way that is hard for them to understand.

Inclusive communication means that more people can get involved in the work of organisations.

Self-advocates told us:

  • They often miss communications that organisations send by email, websites or social media.

  • Communication from organisations is often very complicated and hard to understand. There is not enough time given for self-advocates to respond.

Types of communication:

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Alternative types of communication 

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Social Media

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Respectful Communication

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Websites