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|disabilities in the workplace||0.87||0.3||7187||4|
|disabilities act of 1990||1.99||0.9||98||66|
|disabilities covered under ada||0.24||0.2||9867||46|
|disabilities in spanish||1.7||0.7||6541||52|
|disabilities awareness merit badge||1.34||0.8||5882||23|
|disabilities of the arm shoulder and hand||0.29||0.8||5893||52|
Examples of developmental disabilities include: Autism. Behavior disorders. Brain injury. Cerebral palsy. Down syndrome.What are the 13 categories of disabilities?
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act lists 13 different disability categories under which three- through 21-year-olds are eligible for services. These categories are: autism. deaf-blindness. deafness. emotional disturbance. hearing impairment.What percentage of people have disabilities?
About 15 percent of the world's population -- some 785 million people -- has a significant physical or mental disability, including about 5 percent of children, according to a new report prepared jointly by the World Health Organization and the World Bank.What are considered disabilities?
The term “disability” can encompass a lot. As defined by the ADA, a disability is (1) a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities of such individual, (2) a record of such an impairment or (3) being regarded as having such an impairment.