I neglected to mention that two of the premium wheelchair lines marketed by the company Colors in Motion and clearly aimed at the X-Games generation are the "Spazz" and "Spazz-G." ("No compromise. Ultra-Lightweight. Ultra-Hip. Ultra-Adjustable. Ultra-Durable. Ultra-Affordable. Ultra-Positioning. Ultra-Stylish.") Given the slang usage of "spaz" to mean "from spastic, the disability," it seems that we have another derogatory inversion underway.
Also, I was informed by South Siiiide Morita that Kohl's may be appealing to residents of a nearby nursing facility, which she has heard referred to as "Cabrini Greenberg."