handicapped


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Synonyms for handicapped

people collectively who are crippled or otherwise physically handicapped

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incapable of functioning as a consequence of injury or illness

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27 Khrome 366-5545 Valet Parking Handicapped Accessible
a) Legitimate handicapped parking space users were vehicles driven by or used to transport a person with a mobility impairment and which displayed a handicapped parking permit,
Last month, Assemblyman Tony Strickland, R-Westlake Village, unveiled a bill that would allow pregnant women to park in handicapped spaces for their last trimester and for 10 days after the birth of a child.
Handicapped kids often struggle heroically to get by in school, and it's no wonder their parents feel entitled to extra help.
Today Antur Waunfawr employs 20 people, 17 of whom are mentally handicapped.
Normier suggested to the mayor of Saint-Die that the acquisition of the tower might be complemented by a residential and day-care centre for handicapped children and adolescents, sited in the centre of town and run by the 'Turbulences' association in collaboration with local volunteers and a professional staff.
The common law principles developed from the cases listed in Table I are instructive and can guide the development of school disciplinary policies with handicapped students.
Glendale police issued two dozen citations on Thursday alone, and last week ticketed more than 60 people for falsely using handicapped placards at the popular mall.
The ruling means that a person born handicapped has a "right not to be born," said Fr.
In the former Soviet states, the handicapped were not of interest.
Deficiencies in executive control "are increasingly being implicated in mildly handicapped students' |such as SLD~ failure to transfer and to generalize what they have learned" (p.
The real critical question is whether the use of surfactant is increasing the survival of babies who are destined to be handicapped," says Allen Merritt of the University of California, San Diego, who recently coauthored a follow-up study of 61 surfactant-treated babies.
68 Big Kitchen 925-3675 Heart Healthy Handicapped Accessible
The volunteers, like a lot of readers, were irate that the postal service would rescind the polio survivors' free mailing privileges until their members could prove they were handicapped enough to be eligible for the ``Free Matter for the Blind and Handicapped'' postal stamp.
7% of the handicapped students receiving special education services were learning disabled (LD).