私の娘は障害を持っているって英語でなんて言うの?

私の娘は自閉症スペクトラム(発達障害)で、配慮が必要なので、障害を持っている事を伝えたい。
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Risa.さん
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  • My daughter has a disability.

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こんにちは。質問ありがとうございます。

「障害」はdisabilityと言います。精神的な障害と身体の障害の両方を指します。
「障害を持っている」の「持っている」はhaveで表します。

「自閉症」はautismと言います。
「自閉症スペクトラム」はautism spectrumやautism spectrum disorderと言います。

誰かが「自閉症です」と言うときは、have autismか、is autisticと言います。

私の娘は自閉症です。
My daughter has autism.
My daughter is autistic.

またの質問をお待ちしています。
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  • My daughter is disabled.

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  • My daughter has a mental disability

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  • My daughter has a physical disability/crippled/handicapped

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When you just want to say that your daughter has disability and you do not want to tell the person anything else, I would recommend that you use "my daughter is disabled". This is just a polite statement.

When you want to state that your daughter has something wrong with her mind, but not something physical on her body, then you should say "my daughter has a mental disability". The word "mental" refers to someone's brain/mind.

If you want to say that your daughter is in a wheel chair perhaps, or she has anything else physically wrong with her, you would say "my daughter has a physical disability". You could also use the words "handicapped" or "crippled" when you describe someone with this kind of disability.

I hope this helps! Thank you for your question.
Janke DMM英会話講師
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  • My daughter has a disability

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  • My daughter has slightly limited physical ability

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  • My daughter receives psychological support

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Obviously, it is necessary to avoid sensitive vocabulary such as 'cripple' and 'crippled'. Similarly, 'handicapped' and 'special needs' are no longer politically correct (PC). The above examples are quite typical of appropriate language these days.
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • Please note that my daughter has special needs.

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  • I want to make you aware that my daughter is autistic.

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  • My daughter has developmental disabilities. That causes _______.

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Hello.
It can be a touchy subject for some. Some may be offended by saying “is autistic” although from a medical and grammar aide of things. It is perfectly ok to say.
You my see people have shirts that say. I am not autism.
So
“Has autism” is more acceptable to some. “Special needs” is another way of saying she needs certain considerations. “Developmental Disabilities” is what autism falls under.
Anyway you say it, you may have to point out her particular needs and things she does. For example If she has a yelling “stim” you might want to just say what she needs or does that is abnormal.
Christeena DMM英会話講師
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  • My daughter has a disability.

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  • My daughter is physically disabled.

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  • My daughter has a condition called ______.

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Saying "My daughter has a disability'' is the best way to express that your daughter has a disabling condition. It may or not stop her from doing things. Example: She might be in a wheelchair or she might be unable to talk. Regardless of the symptoms you can use the word "Disability".

If you would prefer, you can just say the name of the disability: My daughter has a condition called ______.
Niabh DMM英語講師
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  • My daughter has a disability.

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  • My daughter is disabled.

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How is the family?
They are good, everyone is good.
You have how much kids?
One, just my daughter, she has a disability, a lot of work, but a delight.
I am sure she is wonderful.

I hope that helps.
Have a great day.
Will
Will Jay DMM英会話講師
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  • My daughter has a disability.

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  • My daughter has _______.

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  • My daughter suffers from _____.

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The first sentence can be used if you don't want to be specific about what disability your daughter has exactly; however, if you want to be more specific you can use the second and third example sentences and even use the verb, "to suffer."
Jonathan B DMM英会話講師
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  • My daughter has a disability.

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  • I have a daughter who has a disability.

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If you would like to explain to someone that your daughter has a disability, you can say something like "My daughter has a disability" or " I have a daughter who's disabled.". We use the words "my" or "I have" to show that you are talking about your own child having a disability.
Kharina DMM英会話講師
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  • My daughter has a disability.

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  • My daughter is disabled.

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You can use any of the above two sentences to state that your daughter has a disability.

- Disability; A mental or physical restriction that limits the way a person moves and thinks.
- Disabled; (adjective)
Robyn K DMM英会話講師
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