Disability is viewed not merely as a physical, mental or behavioral condition, but as obstacles that society has placed in the way of quality of life and employment for all that excludes persons with disabilities. In an anarchist society labor owns production, so that employment of the contributions of all, including that of PWDs is paramount. Anarchism will remove the barrier of property rentals and ownership as a main residence. Work in many instances can be farmed out to shut-ins, while counseling and CBR can help them venture beyond for work and play. Mortgages will be cancelled, removing major sources of capital burden on individuals and organizations. Spaces for health care in primary, secondary and tertiary forms continue, although the technology used in medicine must be shared and developed through persons devoted to providing technology to the community. In this sense, anarchists have a lot of homework to do. In a fair-trade market system, these various roles of production, services, care, education/promotion and technology/innovation are of equal importance and provided to one another on an exchange basis. eg., I need a nurse or doctor, and I can provide plumbing services. In a mixed market anarchist economy, currency can be used as a means of exchange as well, although that too has its drawbacks as some in society inevitably seek to use it to overvalue their contribution to society. The upside is that work of all forms produces excess which can be used to provide for universal access and to provide for the common needs of people who require signals for orientation, mobility, assistive technology, steps to their bathroooms and kitchen designs for little kids, pregnant moms and elderly. Anarchist society is much better at empowering the community to provide its own rehabilitation and support services much as is done through county rehab centers. It responds better than authoritarianism or capitalism in this current non-welfare, social model of disability.