Ep.35 – Respect & Dignity: Embracing Abilities 🌟

Welcome back to Save As: Ability! Recently, a viewer asked how to ensure respect for people with disabilities. Here are three simple steps:

1. Use People-First Language: Always emphasize the person before the disability. For example, say “a person who uses a wheelchair” instead of “a wheelchair-bound person.”

2. Focus on Abilities: Highlight what people can do, not what they can't. Many individuals with disabilities have exceptional skills and problem-solving abilities.

3. Provide Equal Opportunities: Ensure your organization offers access to opportunities for people with disabilities, from internships to promotions.

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