intellectually handicapped

intellectually handicapped

adj
(Pathology) Austral having learning difficulties
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Contract notice: realization and installation of tactile models for the visually and intellectually handicapped for the castle of ferney-voltaire
The Right to Live Association was founded thirty years ago by the mothers of intellectually handicapped children.
From the time of her operation, Karen failed to develop any further skills and was described as intellectually handicapped.
In later years he continued to speak and write; and he contributed to the work of IHC (the NZ Society for Intellectually Handicapped Children), gifting a purpose-built community home for ageing clients with Down Syndrome to the Franklin branch, in memory of his middle daughter Sheevaun, who died in 2002.
OSAKA - In what appears to be another serious ethical breach by investigative authorities, a prosecutor apparently induced an intellectually handicapped man to confess to setting fire to a residential building in Osaka, judicial sources said Thursday.
Kennedy to get on the legislative ball regarding the intellectually handicapped.
The revival in his fortunes was almost immediate, and he has no doubt that the pleasantly pastoral nature of Markdel - named in honour of another brother, Mark, who is intellectually handicapped, and his mother and family matriarch, Del - has been responsible.
Elva Bottineau's lawyer argued that she was intellectually handicapped and not really capable of caring for children.
The players' efforts were very worthwhile as the US contingent presented almost pounds 3,000 to Kerry Parents and Friends of the Intellectually Handicapped on Monday.
This may not only limit the geniuses in a population but increase the number of intellectually handicapped needing social services, Weiss and Birnbaum point out.
Bryant's lawyer John Avery had earlier told the court the gunman was intellectually handicapped and had the IQ of a child.