Disability 101: The Opposite of Disabled

The Opposite of Disabled The opposite of Disabled is not able-bodied. Acceptable terms include Non-Disabled and Abled. The term Able-bodied is often understood as excluding Neurodivergent Disabled people.
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“The opposite of Disabled is not able-bodied. Acceptable terms include Non-Disabled and Abled. The term Able-bodied is often understood as excluding Neurodivergent Disabled people.”

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