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The Post-Pandemic Future We Should Embrace Instead of 'Normal'

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One of the constant reflections I’ve had this year amidst all the darkness of this pandemic is how so many structures have adapted in a way that is actually better for disabled and chronically ill people in the long term.

When so many can work from home, why require an office? If free curbside pick-up is available at many stores, there’s no reason for people with disabilities to have to navigate challenging stores or carry heavy things or pay fees for delivery.

With telehealth, we can go to many doctor’s appointments without the long commutes or minutes and hours spent in the waiting room.

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