Disabled or Differently Abled

Whatever Term You Use, The Person Comes First

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I’ve heard the argument again, and again against the use of the terms disabled and differently abled and honestly I get that, but for me its not the use of the words themselves that is the problem but the context in which the words are being used.

Let’s say for example someone says Miss X is a disabled person, we are putt the disability…

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