Our society today has had a very narrow perspective of the definition of health. Our lack of a more widened focus views healthy individuals as being absent of disease. Individuals, born with or acquiring some sort of disability throughout their lifetime, are often less supported and viewed as present with disease. The history of companies face today when they design wellness programs and initiate health care and dental programs for their employees. Is someone disabled if they are physically handicapped or is disability in the workplace extending to those who acquire ADHD, depression, and eating disorders. Are these companies providing or creating venues that are cost effective eventually in the long run? Once business owners and members in the health care industry recognize and accept that health is not static but a dynamic, changing, and multi factorial shifting on a continuum during a persons journey through life, they will find it easier to understand how a person with a disability can improve or worsen his or her health in the same manner as everyone else. The only difference is that people with disabilities are more susceptible to secondary health conditions.