If you see someone struggling, you can offer help but don’t be offended if they deny your help because they want to be independent – they’ll figure out a way to open that door etc.
Don’t tell them their an inspiration – unless it’s genuine praise and not patronising – we don’t wanna hear that crap.
Able-bodied and disabled people can date!
Don’t be prejudice, just because their disability isn’t physical doesn’t mean they don’t have one.
Invisible illness deserves the same amount of validation as physical ones.
Some people don’t like sharing their disability so don’t get offended if you ask someone what’s wrong with them and they don’t answer it’s because some people aren’t keen on sharing their life stories with a stranger on the bus.
Just treat us as if we were able-bodied or how you wish to be treated.
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