Ableism refers to discrimination against people with disabilities by measuring people against certain abilities - such as walking, seeing, interacting socially - and reducing them to their impairment.
Antiableist efforts include considering specific needs when designing communication: Removing barriers, thinking about different spectrums of empowerment, respecting neurodiversity...
Sensitive language in relation to disability deals with which terms are appropriate for which groups of people, what those "affected" want, and how the topics of disability, mental diagnoses, neurodiversity, and the like are treated linguistically.
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