Disability Guide and Information

4 Mind-Blowing Ways a Deaf Person Calls the Police

It’s a common thing to dial 911 or call the police whenever there is an emergency. A 911 call to the police is the fastest and easiest way to get help in case of a robbery attack, burglary, murder, or any other type of criminal activity. It also covers fire and medical emergencies. Therefore, making[…]

5 Ways a Deaf Person without Hands Communicates

Communication is an essential tool that humans thrive on. We cannot underplay the importance of effective communication in any way.  A person’s inability to hear should not hinder the transmission of information. There are diverse formal and informal forms of proper communication for persons living with disabilities.   The use of sign language is the primary[…]

7 Amazing Ways to Get the Attention of a Deaf Person

Extra effort is needed to get the attention of a person who suffers from partial or complete hearing loss. Whether you intend to have a conversation with them or just want to call their attention to something, there are many ways you can get their attention without appearing rude or offensive. The way you easily[…]

6 Ways Blind People Know When to Stop Wiping their Butt

Have you ever wondered how blind people know when to stop wiping their butt? Don’t feel so bad if you have, because it is natural to have many weird questions running through your mind when you see a blind person. Blind people are usually a subject of admiration when you study their lifestyle and how[…]

10 Ways to communicate with a Deaf Person without Sign Language

The ability to communicate effectively with a deaf person without using sign language can be quite arduous, especially if it’s your first time. It takes a lot of patience, commitment, and concentration for you to properly interact with a deaf or hearing impaired person. And this is even more significant if you don’t understand sign[…]

What are Prosthetic Limbs Made of? (Answered)

Prosthetic limbs or prostheses are artificial body parts (arms and legs precisely) meant to help amputees do things that a normal limb would do (at least to an extent). Many modern prostheses are so realistic-looking that you will actually not know they are not real until you are told. Some do not just have the[…]

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