mental disorder

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The downtown Little Rock nonprofit is a transitional living residence for homeless women, 18 or older, treated for mental, physical or emotional disability.
And in addition to physical and financial disability, patients suffer emotional disability," she added.
For instance, a student with an emotional disability may require participating in athletics to develop a positive self-image and acquire social and emotional skills.
Most are defined by the state as "special needs" children: They are in sibling groups, are older than age 5, are minorities or have a physical, mental or emotional disability.
About one in five Americans suffers from a physical, mental, or emotional disability.
Legal service advocates learned she had been kidnapped and raped when she was nine and had severe emotional disability, For the first time since he abduction, she is doing great in an in tense therapeutic setting.