Invisible disabilities are disabilities that are not immediately apparent. For instance, some people with visual or auditory disabilities who do not wear glasses or hearing aids, or who use discreet hearing aids, may not be obviously disabled. Some people who have vision loss may wear contact lenses. A sitting disability is another category of invisible impairments; sitting problems are usually caused by chronic back pain. Those with joint problems or chronic pain may not use mobility aids on some days, or at all. Most people with RSI move in a typical and inconspicuous way, and are even e ...
Multiple disabilities is a term for a person with a combination of disabilities, for instance, someone with both a sensory disability and a motor disability. Additionally, in the United States, it is a special education classification under which students are eligible for services through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, or IDEA. Not every governmental education entity uses the classification, however. In some states, legislation indicates that in order to be classified as having "multiple disabilities", at least one of a students documented disabilities must include intell ...
A sitting disability is a condition in which a person has difficulties sitting or is unable to do so at all; usually due to pain. This can affect people who face little or no chronic problems with standing, as well as those who do, such as mobility aid users. It is also known as reduced ability to sit, sitting problems or inability to sit. Sitting disability has generally been an unrecognized disability. It is also not a well known concept, though the symptoms themselves are common for people with severe back pain. The disabilities usually mentioned in research and legal documents are redu ...
Triplegia is a medical condition characterized by the paralysis of three limbs. A person with triplegia can be referred to as triplegic. While there is no typical pattern of involvement, it is usually associated with paralysis of both legs and one arm - but can also involve both arms and one leg. Triplegia can sometimes be considered a combination of hemiplegia overlaying diplegia, or as quadriplegia with less involvement in one extremity. The condition is commonly associated with cerebral palsy, although conditions such as stroke can also lead to it. Triplegia has also been found to be du ...
ⓘ Disability by type
- A physical disability is a limitation on a person s physical functioning, mobility, dexterity or stamina. Other physical disabilities include impairments
- limitations in how much they can type write or how long they can hold a phone or other objects in their hands. Invisible disabilities are chronic illnesses and
- classified into different categories based on their disability type The classification is handled by the Blind Sports Association. The blind classifications
- A disability is any condition that makes it more difficult for a person to do certain activities or interact with the world around them. These conditions
- by 2 groups: specific disability type sport organizations that cover multiple sports, and specific sport organizations that cover multiple disability
- Developmental disability is a diverse group of chronic conditions that are due to mental or physical impairments that arise before adulthood. Developmental
- disability ID also known as general learning disability and mental retardation MR is a generalized neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by
- someone who is not affected by a learning disability People with a learning disability have trouble performing specific types of skills or completing tasks
- created by ableism. When barriers are removed, people with disabilities can be independent and equal in society. There are three main types of barriers:
- Security Disability Insurance SSD or SSDI is a payroll tax - funded federal insurance program of the United States government. It is managed by the Social
- cognitive disabilities typically will have trouble with one of these types of memory. Intellectual disability also known as general learning disability and