what special or facilities disabled people require
The vast majority of people who have epilepsy lead very normal lives and do not need any special facilities.
Special needs can refer to people who are disabled in some way and require extra care and consideration that the average person does not, such as a wheelchair ramp or a classroom teachers assistant to help them with their studies.
Enough ramps for the disable person to get around the school.
a disabled person can be in the special Olympics but not in the real Olympics
they go to a special type of training fascility
because disabled children has come to be known as a derrogative term, meaning it makes people feel less than what they are really worth. these people are not disabeld, they can usually do all the things we can with the special needs they need to have.
There were a variety of ways that a person with disabilities treated in the past was treated. They were often spit on.
In most cases, no, however, some people are left badly disabled by scoliosis so those people would be considered special needs
They are, but they would most likely be at a disadvantage, hence why there is a special Paralympic games for disabled people, where they are matched by how much their disability holds them back. Hope that makes sense!
Careth Ellingson has written: 'Directory of facilities for the learning-disabled and handicapped' -- subject(s): Directories, Education, People with disabilities
They are for people who do not need around the clock care and supervision. The workers in assisted living facilities help elderly, and disabled people with daily living activities like cooking, cleaning, shopping. They are there to assist in the areas the person in need has difficulty in doing for themselves.
Are there grants for disabled people?