Products mocked as "lazy" or "useless" are often important tools for people with disabilities vox.com

Submitted by Moonside in articles

I particularly liked the following, especially the bolded part:

Kim Sauder, a disability scholar and advocate, notes that people with disabilities may not want to be forced to wait for help with tasks like peeling oranges; there’s something very dehumanizing about the thought of just wanting a snack and being stymied by a rind you can’t remove on your own. Plus, says Ladau: “I get frustrated by the notion that I should always be okay with asking for help. I’d like to try to use my own solution.”


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