In last week’s post, we covered the strength-based messaging best practice of following individual preferences when being specific — meaning avoiding broad-brush identifiers that over-generalize and stereotype in favor of more specific identifiers that provide more accurate, personal information. Today, I’m going to talk about another key tenet of strength-based messaging, person-first language. Person-first language […]

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