So I read this:
But for all the mini-figures in the world, Lego does not produce a single one with a wheelchair or a disability.
…in the Guardian, which really should know better.
Of course, like most people of my generation, I immediately thought of this:
Also this excellent reddit build from a little while ago…
Here, for example, is where to buy them online. Professor X, that most famous of fictional wheelchair-users gets a lego figure of course that appears in the lego video games and videos. He might have a minifig you can buy.
There is a lot wrong with how disability is represented (including, of course, the fact that for many people in the media disability=wheelchair, which is really unhelpful), but lazy fact-checking is still lazy.