There is a wonderful story told of an employer that adapted a job to the skills of a worker with a cognitive disability and saved millions.
It was a hospital. The adaption was inserting dividers in drawers for surgical gloves. Each division was clearly labeled so the individual with the disability could restock the drawers with sterile gloves of the right size. It worked so well that personnel could instantly find gloves that fit and waste dropped to near nothing.
The point is, the individual had a skill that was amplified by a simple adaption. And, as is often the case, that made the job easier for all.