Human language is the most powerful and incredible cognitive capacity we have, enabling us to communicate what we learn, who we are, and giving us great constructive power. Therefore, correctly understanding what we are exposed to, whether orally or through writing, is a key step in achieving equality of individuals on the communicative level. Many people because of different clinical diagnoses, find themselves struggling with some difficulties in learning and using language faculties. The sciences at the intersection of psychology, linguistics and computer science are trying to direct their studies to facilitate integral support for these individuals. I am a great believer in the potential of Artificial Intelligence, in the context of healthcare and education, to provide guidance and assistance to those with limited means and to foster social inclusiveness as broadly as possible.