Students with physical disabilities can spend the summer climbing trees


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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”


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This is really good info, so I’m glad you shared, thank you.


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Thanks for the heads up! My apologies. Is “people in wheelchairs” better? What’s a good way to say this?


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“Wheelchair user” is short and OK. Thorough exposition in this Assoc of University Centers on Disabilities article Portrayal of People With Disabilities.


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Many thanks!


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Say, what are “water bears”?


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