Accessibility for the Disabled

The problem with disability is not the disabled individual, but rather the environment that surrounds him or her.  In today’s society, disability is no
longer blindness, deafness or paralysis, etc.  It has become the impact on that individual’s life in society as a result of inadequate or non-existent
accommodation.  If a blind or illiterate person tries to pay for a purchase at a store that has upgraded its debit machine to a visual touch pad, this
individual is now vulnerable and has to rely on the goodwill of the clerk.