Disability 101: Where Does The Person Go?

Where does the person go? Person-First Language (PFL) Person with disabilities Identity-First Language (IFL) Disabled person This series uses IFL because Disability is an identity, not a personal tragedy. Abled people should never correct Disabled people who use IFL.
"Disability 101: Where Does The Person Go?" by @EbThen is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

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Person-First Language (PFL) Person with disabilities
Identity-First Language (IFL) Disabled person
This series uses IFL because Disability is an identity, not a personal tragedy. Abled people should never correct Disabled people who use IFL.”

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