Students with disabilities innovate ways to use spaces, products not designed for them

Wednesday, October 26, 2022
PBS News Hour

For people with disabilities, innovating ways to navigate spaces and use products that weren't designed for them can be part of everyday life. For some, that has meant making their own tools, modifying existing ones or entirely reimagining environments. Special correspondent Cat Wise spent a day with inventors in Berkeley, California.

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