Disability refers to a long-lasting physical, mental, or emotional condition. This condition can make it difficult for a person to do activities such as walking, climbing stairs, dressing, bathing, learning, or remembering. 

This condition can also impede a person from being able to go outside the home alone or to work at a job or business

See also:
"Disability" is in the UNSPSC Code "84131604"
Disability insurance


Other /More definition:
Disability refers to a long-lasting physical, mental, or emotional condition. This condition can make it difficult for a person to do activities such as walking, climbing stairs, dressing, bathing, learning, or remembering. This condition can also impede a person from being able to go outside the home alone or to work at a job or business.


Other /More definition:
Disability is defined by the Disability Discrimination Act as the reduction in the functioning of a particular body part of organ, or its absence.It is the effects of chronic conditions on people's ability to engage in activities that are necessary, expected, and personally desired in their society; the limitation of normal physical, social or mental activity of an individual, which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities. There are varying degrees of Disability: partial or total, types of Disability: functional, occupational, learning Disabilities, and durations: temporary or permanent.


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