The disabled should not be treated differently from able-bodied people (in terms of treatment). aka Equitable treatment.
I know, some people might fabricate a story about having friends with impairments for the sake of the examination (in that humorous tone) but I was lucky enough to have a genuine one. c15
I had a friend, Kira, who was not initially born deaf, but obtained his partial hearing impairment over time. This person was really no different from my other close friends. He too was thoughtful, considerate and helpful.
Such impairments do not change a person's nature, and the only difference between them and others is their impairment, and the inability to perform certain tasks. This does not connote that we should be treating the disabled any differently, or feel an immense amount of sympathy. Instead, we should be treating them just like we treat everyone else, with care, and with compassion.