This part in his argument is is so pathetic. I know someone who is totally paralyzed from ALS. He has been on a respirator for the past 17 years. He is home and is completely disabled. He only has control of his eyes. They got him a specialized computer that can be controlled with eye movements. With it, he has been able to write a book that has been published and he is very active on line. This is his only way of communicating and. He has been quoted as saying that these 17 years (because at the hospital there was a question whether to put him on a respirator when he lost the ability to breathe on his own) have been his happiest. I guess he would be considered as "too well" to be disabled since he communicates a lot on the internet.