There are many types and types of disability. The term “physical disability” refers to impairments
that cause a person to have difficulty performing physical activities. Examples of physical
disabilities include paraplegia, quadriplegia, motor neurone disease, spina bifida, back disorders,
ataxia, cerebral palsy, and bone formation or degeneration. All ages can experience disability.
To be considered for disability, these conditions must be medically documented.
A physical disability, on the other hand, is a condition that affects a person’s movement and
dexterity. These impairments require the use or a wheelchair for mobility. In some cases, a
person may have lost a limb. A mental disability, like schizophrenia, can impair a personâ€TMs
ability to think or communicate.
Developmental disabilities refer to people who are born with defects that prevent them from
growing and developing. These conditions can cause behavioral problems, convulsions and
inability to move. Communication difficulties are common. Some of the most common
developmental disabilities are autistic spectrum disorders (autistic, intellectual, development,
metabolic, and sensory-related disorders), and inability to move. These disabilities can be
caused from many different causes, but most often result from a brain injury. They can affect an
individual’s ability or inability to live in a society.
Sensory disabilities can affect one or more senses, primarily vision. Some people have limited or
no vision while others are more sensitive to certain colors. Some people are colorblind while
others are more sensitive to light and sound. Blindness is the most common type of visual
disability, resulting in substantial vision loss in one or both eyes. Cognitive disabilities can be
learning, developmental, behavioral, or behavioral disorders that impact an individual’s ability
think, learn, or function.
Learning disabilities refer to a marked gap between intellectual capacity, achievement, and
intellectual capacity. These disabilities are caused by neurological difficulties in processing
information and are not indicative of intellectual deficiency. To help a student with a learning
disability, accommodations, strategies and assistive tech may be helpful. These
accommodations can include a calculator, spell-checking software, and extra time to test. Audio
recording lectures may also be permitted.

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