I still don't think disabled people or people with a disability have got it yet. Their systems are developing new labels as we write, more logos to define us, more 'emoji's', more awareness of our issue focusing ON that not us. The reality is awareness has totally failed and the various areas and systems we use or encourage HAVE to highlight the issue and the person with it, including how it affects them, which kills any social model of course.
So in direct conflict with the suggestion of this poster. No one offers help, support or money to people with a positive outlook it suggests you don't NEED help. Misery sells ask any of their charity fundraisers. The conflict of social and medical images rambles on within disability and deaf communities. To raise awareness they need to highlight the negativity of much of it, and challenge those deaf and disabled who want that focus removed. No deaf I know approves of fundraising in their name for 'support' they do approve if it means their strive for culture sign or community gets it. The deaf are not beggars no matter how it is hyped up, they are, however, first-rate opportunists and know the culture and sign sells. The reality remains mainstream won't fund areas they 'see' as managing fine thanks without it and making that point determinedly.
The deaf and disabled also realise the help and support they DO need, also requires them sitting on the fence in many respects. Disabled for this, not disabled for the other etc. Mostly centred around finances and funding. Cleverly the deaf state 'this is to support our culture, it is NOT to address our hearing loss, (which isn't an issue with us, you are the problem.).' It's a matter of time before mainstream realises this suggests the funding they get is not being used for its primary purpose, alleviation and inclusion. The fact the vlog uses a disability image also undermines any message within it. It's just one logo replaced with another, NO labels of any kind mean success.
Disabled par se, don't HAVE a real community as such, they do have a loosely defined campaigning direction. The deaf suggest they do. Lots of diversity, lots of multiculturalism and dedicated areas, but, no community as deaf understand it. The whole thing is one long confusion. If you are a person first and not your issue, then stick to the script. For the record, the deaf RELY on their stereotype and labelling, indeed re-invent them, again and again, to fit in with current inclusive trends, but not really following the inclusion itself. This would mean much lower profile being attached to culture.