When dealing with a disability, it’s today’s tech to the rescue.
Having a physical disability used to mean a life confined to sitting in a chair or relying or holding a caretaker’s hand to get from place to place. But now, being called “disabled” doesn’t quite seem right. Thanks to many assistive devices developed in the past 20 years, you can do what everyone else can—which means don’t really have a disability—right?
Heck, those technological advances improving vision, mobility and illness might even make you better at something than someone deemed “healthy and normal.”