I'm not completely sure what I expect to find out, but I'm going to try an experiment.
I will copy and paste into a text document, the full text of every news story my Google News page gives me on the keywords "disability" and "disabled". I'll do this every day for two weeks. At the end of the two weeks, I'll paste the entire accumulated text into Wordle.net, which produces color and size-scaled word clouds. Basically this should produce a graphical representation of what words come up most frequently in disability-related news stories.
After reading about and discussing as fact what we assume to be language habits and cliches about disability, I want to see what words actually come up most.
Disability life, ideas, identity, culture, commentary, and politics.