My first - albeit misplaced - concern was"oh shit I can not game anymore!" . Where as it should have been"fuck how am I going to Animal Crossing Bells work?" (I am a designer/web developer). Bad controls Makes some cool one handed controls but they are pricey.
Some type of adaptive controller is the very first thing on my buy list when and if I am able to get my customers back or obtain new ones. Seeing this gives me hope that I am going to have the ability to game!
When you're talking of this neighborhood as a whole or do not understand the person both are fine. Some individuals have a preference and some do not. Some people today prefer one and some the other. The key part is you didn't use an inappropriate euphemism ("special needs" or"differently abled") and also you requested. Provided that you keep asking and adhere with some kind of handicapped or handicap you should be fine. OP may feel differently but since you asked about over just OP I thought I'd allow you to know my feelings.
From my private (albeit anecdotal) experience many'people with disabilities' (including myself) vastly prefer disabled people to people with disabilities ( and that we all came to Buy Nook Miles Ticket that conclusion separately really says something, I think.)