I've spoken all over the United States about how museums and other mission-driven institutions can be more welcoming for families of all kinds.
I also offer customized staff training sessions and workshops about family inclusion.
Family Inclusive Language Chart
Inclusive language is about checking assumptions and recognizing personal biases. Family Inclusive Language specifically aims to avoid making assumptions about the identities of individuals or their relationships to one another.
Language conventions used to describe families can inadvertently leave out single-parent, adoptive, queer, multiracial, blended, and multi-generational families. Family Inclusive Language is more accurate and respectful.