oooh, maggie, love ya, but don’t say “wheelchair bound” - what, like they are duct taped in there? can’t get out? defined by their use of an enabling device? - go with “wheelchair user”
This is really good info, so I’m glad you shared, thank you.
Thanks for the heads up! My apologies. Is “people in wheelchairs” better? What’s a good way to say this?
“Wheelchair user” is short and OK. Thorough exposition in this Assoc of University Centers on Disabilities article Portrayal of People With Disabilities.
Say, what are “water bears”?
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