Disability is a relative term, as it appears.
One may turn out to be disabled facing a certain task, and non-disabled facing another.
As it appears, seemingly non-disabled people cannot handle all of today's medical containers or connectors too well manually.
So, grip prosthetics enter the world of non-disabled people.
Matthew Ostroff developed Medegrip.
All deformable and flexible and no back bone, it fits perfectly into the theoretical underpinning of what makes a good grip which is a subject I am following and considering as relevant.