Dignified Storytelling maintains that storytelling should be a collaborative and inclusive process with contributors. People with disabilities should be involved in telling their own stories underlining the importance of representation, a popular hashtag states: #nothingaboutuswithoutus. To help ensure inclusive language, ask the person or the group you are working with how they would like to be described or referenced in any story and follow their guidance and preferences. If facilitating the story-gathering, keep in mind that there may be confidence issues that need to be addressed for those who wish to tell their story. As with other types of contributors, people with disabilities may need support to identify what story to tell and how they wish to present it. Due to a disability, there may be constraints to telling a story through one method while other avenues remain accessible. Offer ideas and facilitate people’s preferences to tell their stories in different ways – for example, visually, orally, or by using digital technology or sign language.