People with disabilities make up the world's largest minority group, yet they are often the least represented in society.
In fact, nearly 1/4 of the US population is living with a disability today.
But due to lack of representation, hushed voices, and stigma, many able-bodied individuals don't know how to interact with and/or include them. (Hint: it's just like anyone else.)
Disability shouldn't be a source of discomfort. It should be celebrated. And that is why we're here.
The more we talk about disability, the more normalized these conversations become, and the more understanding and inclusive our world can be.