According to a writer with disabilities, that community is discouraged with the lack of interest by conservative political Christians in their circumstances. We can see in the Bible hostility to the disabled has been in the faith since day one.
In Leviticus 21 it says no man may come near God who is blind, lame, disfigured, deformed, has festering sores or damaged testicles. Such people may not approach the alter because they will desecrate God’s sanctuary. The wealthy men who wrote this in the Bible had an obvious dislike for anyone who was different.
One of the most famous videos of the Trump campaign was when the candidate did an imitation of the mannerism of a handicapped reporter.
Now, we find a branch of the religious right championing cuts to government health care that includes service to handicapped citizens. Such people who often cannot work are being pushed into a health care pool with others who draw more from the pool than pay in. The inevitable result will no source of money for health care and it will be with the endorsement of part of the Christian faith.
For the religious right, justification for making medical care unaffordable us simply a matter of reading from Leviticus 21 and claiming religious freedom. Discrimination against gays is handled the same way.
Thank goodness we have institutions both inside the faith and in the secular world who work to keep at least some equality of opportunity for the wide diversity of people in the United States.