How to act toward people with disability sometimes causes confusion, especially when it is unfamiliar
Julie-Anne B from Grampians Community Health gives some tips on how to act toward people with disability.
Many of us may not be aware of the language people with a disability consider appropriate.
The A-Z of interacting with people with disability offers helpful hints to put everyone at ease.
For example, “people with a disability”, or “person with a disability” are preferable to “the disabled”.
The vital reality is that we are all people first.