In my personal (albeit anecdotal) experience many'people with disabilities' (like myself) vastly prefer handicapped people to people with Animal Crossing Bells disabilities ( and that we all came to this conclusion independently really says something, I presume )
To me at least it sounds'individuals with disabilities is a phrase that's come from people who aren't disabled, believing that we do not want our identities focused on what we can not do. Disregard whatever anybody with no disability writes or says about it ( even if they are a Physician or say they're an ally) take on board the opinion of handicapped Men and Women
In the health care field, we've been moving away from'disabled people' toward'people with disabilities', since the former makes it seem that the disability is fundamental to the individual, whereas the latter places the individual first, and the disability is just something that they happen to possess.
Edit: Hmm upon additional research, I've discovered that this is actually a point of contention, and also the usage of'disabled people' has been pushed in part due to Buy Nook Miles Ticket the thought that the world is the one that is not equipped adequately to include them, and so they are'handicapped' from the world. However it seems there is a good amount support for the two sides, so it has been fascinating to hear your perspectives.