I usually stay out of these conversations especially on the interwebz but I do have to say this, who are paying for their disability? Tax payers, people like you and I. Would you rather have the disabled be reliant on tax dollars or actually get paid a fair, livable wage from a multi-billion grossing company? The bottom line is this simple, why the hell do tax payers have to be burdened when, again, a multi-billion profit grossing company won't pay for a fair wage for their employees?! Call me crazy but I try to not to be so short sighted in my response.
What might not be clear, is that many employees require 1:1 supervision for weeks, then ongoing supervision at a reduced level possibly forever.
Minimum wage to an employer implies the ability to meet some minimum expectations for a job. In many cases, an employee may never meet the expectations of a minimum wage job.
Hence, minimum wage rules don't apply to those of limited ability. Regardless of the profitability of the hiring entity.