Michelle Middleton was born with cerebral palsy and is urging people not to treat those with disabilities differently with the help of young peoples' group, Fixers - a charity that encourages young people to use their past experiences to help themselves and others.
The 26-year-old from Liverpool feels that a lack of understanding about disability causes people to approach her in a way that they wouldn’t approach others.
The video looks at scenarios in which people with disabilities may feel patronised.
With Fixers, Michelle has helped to create a film that uses humour to show the different ways people have reacted to her condition.
In the piece, she talks directly to camera, and offers advice about the things people should and shouldn’t do when they meet someone who has a disability.
Michelle hopes to share her film with schools, colleges, universities and local charities to get her message across: