To me at least it seems'people with Animal Crossing Bells disabilities is a phrase that's come from people that are not disabled, believing that we don't desire our identities focused on what we can not do. Disregard anything what anybody without a disability writes or says about it ( even if they are a Physician or say they're an ally) take on board the view of handicapped Men and Women
In the medical field, we've been moving away from'disabled people' toward'people with disabilities', since the former makes it look that the handicap is fundamental to the person, whereas the latter puts the person first, and the disability is simply something that they have been have.
Edit: Hmm upon additional research, I have found that this is actually a point of contention, and the use of'disabled people' has been pushed in part due to the thought that the planet is the one that's not equipped adequately to include themand so they are'disabled' from the planet. However it seems there's a fantastic amount support for the two sides, so it's been fascinating to hear your perspectives. Some guidelines call for writers to ask the individual being known (if a specific individual is being called ) what their taste is, exactly because of these disagreements. Some other endeavors include avoiding the usage of the word'normal' (for example using words like'typical' instead), not sure what you think about that?
Asking the particular individual what their favorite term is really is the way to go, and also taking a survey of handicapped people to see exactly what most preferred term is when you need to use it generally (everything I've seen does suggest it leans towards disability first, but on reflection I acknowledge, that may just be the preference of Cheap Nook Miles Ticket these busy online for whatever reason), that is why a questionnaire would be the thing to do, definitely not labels indicated by any non disabled person, no matter how much phycological experience they could have.