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As you are discussing and writing about your group, think carefully about the language you use to describe the group.
When discussing people with disabilities there are two common methods: person-first language and identity-first language.
Person-first language puts the person before their disability status, e.g., person with disability or child with autism.
Identity-first language emphasizes that a person's condition is part of their identity, e.g., disabled person or autistic child.
Many professionals and advocates prefer person-first language; however, some people are more comfortable with identity-first language. When possible, it is always best to ask a person if they have a preference.