"Remember to put people first. It is proper to say "person with a disability", rather than "disabled person." If you are unfamiliar with someone, or their disability, it is better to wait until they describe their situation to you than to make your own assumptions about them. Many types of disabilities have similar characteristics, and your assumptions may be wrong. Hints that can help make your communication and interactions with or about people with all types of disabilities more successful."

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