non-disabled

non-disabled

adj
(Psychiatry) not disabled
Usage: This is the word preferred by many organizations to refer to people who have no disabilities
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All non-disabled visitors will be encouraged to take part in all sports.
Non-disabled supporters are asked to purchase primarily online at eticketing.
The team consists of an integrated team of disabled and non-disabled dancers working together, with the majority of members coming from Pontypridd, Church Village, Tonteg and the Rhondda.
The DDA was supposed to create an environment where disabled people were treated equally as non-disabled people or better.
I hate it when non-disabled people park in disabled bays "just for the convenience".
7 million non-disabled people in poverty live with someone who is disabled.
The county is expected to provide the truck and equipment and WRC, a non-profit organization which assists both disabled and non-disabled residents with employment, is expected to provide the staff.
The Resolution Foundation said disabled people who have been out of work for more than a year see their odds of returning to employment reduced at twice the rate of non-disabled people.
This model, also known as the personal tragedy model, sees disability as an individual problem that does not concern non-disabled people or society at large.
The authors' first goal is to estimate changes over time in disabled and non-disabled life expectancy, which is the number of years a 65-year-old person can expect to live with and without any disability.
Contract notice: Schlerbefrderung disabled and non-disabled children.
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the Department released guidance designed to ensure that the nation's six million children and youth with disabilities have the same opportunity for a high-quality education as their non-disabled peers.