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5) Handicapped parking space user: four distinct categories of handicapped parking space users were identified,
Suffice it to have an obliging director of an institution, a doctor who declares them handicapped, a lawyer who knows adoption practices, a trafficker of minors, a body authorized to handle adoptions, and someone who pays up to $50,000 for a European family to take a child home in two months, declared an invalid but very healthy," Father Benzi explained.
At first, accomodating the handicapped didn't seem like such a big job; total costs were about $1 billion in 1977.
Not everyone, even many parents of handicapped people, was convinced.
Inaugurating these airily dynamic steel and glass sail-winged pavilions, the architects specifically dedicated them to 'the mentally handicapped and the forgotten ones of asylums'.
In Magel, the employer did not dispute that the employee did quality work when she was present or that she was handicapped.
The physically handicapped children may have depressive reactions to the adversities posed by their condition," Breslau says.
The purpose of this article is to explicate the rights and responsibilities of special educators and administrators in the suspension and expulsion of handicapped students from school.
Paris--The Vatican has joined the French attorney general in deploring a judgment by supreme court judges in Paris that a handicapped person can receive compensation for being born.