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I can see how it would be appropriate for some people with special needs. For example, someone who is non-verbal, good with locks, and tends to run. It's a very small segment of the special needs population, as even most people with IQs in the intellectual disability range don't need this sort of thing to stay safe.
but everything has pros and cons