by Seth Kanor
My father, the founder of Enabling Devices, often likes to say that he's never been very good at business.
Nor does he look much like a businessman.
When he began working with kids who had Cerebral Palsy this was an immediate advantage.
Think about it: your muscles sometimes move in spasms independent of your mind's intent; you might grimace when you mean to smile; you use crutches, or a wheelchair.
Sometimes you make strange noises.
Some people stare at you; some look away.
And then into your life comes this eccentric man.