I think it's safe to say that most "able-bodied" people don't even realize that they are. Which is why it's difficult for them to understand life from the perspective of someone with a disability. How is life different when one hand doesn't work properly? Are there additional psychological factors that result from a physical disability? In our PC culture today, is "disabled person" even the right term to use? Tune in with founder of Diversability, Tiffany Yu, for all those answers and more.