Plain language means using easy to use words that most people could understand.
Plain language means using regular words, not words that a lawyer would use. It might include pictures or videos or lists or larger print.
Simple sentences with one idea are best.
Everyone deserves to have things translated into a language they understand, whether it is another language, sign language, braille, or plain language for all abilities. It is helpful for everyone.
You can learn more from the links below.
ABCs of Plain Language, AUCD
Tools & Resources, AUCD
Guide for Creating, SABE
DHHS Administration for Children & Families
Plain Writing Act of 2010