@Other person, I forget your name-I'm sorry about being rude, I really am, but you can't deny that disabled people aren't able to do everything normal people can. Maybe I phrased it badly, I'm sorry, but I just feel they can't do interesting things, and thus make boring protagonists. I could be wrong, maybe the OP can do a good job writing their story. I just don't think so. But I'm really, truly sorry for being offensive.
There are so many levels that this is both wrong and offensive, not for characters as much as saying "people". They often excel in areas 'normal' people cannot, and can be very strong people because of their weakness. They have to over come it, and that takes much more strength than it does for a normal person, and that struggle can make a great and inspiring story. I am 'disabled' from mental illness, and I am far from "uninteresting".
The struggle of the disease can actually be a whole plot. Disabled people are people too, and so are disabled characters characters too. Realism and depth of a character does not come from abilities or skill, it comes from the personality of the person. It comes from being able to relate to them, that is, empathy.
as of the 2nd of Nov. has 6 weeks for a broken collar bone to heal and types 1 handed and slowly