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Types of disability

Those physical impairments, mental, intellectual or sensory impairments.

Disability

Limitation manifested in the body of the person. Is any restrictions or loss of ability to perform an activity of body type, motorboat, muscular. It can be inborn or acquired in the course of life. This limitation is more evident if the environment is such as architectural barriers, transport, information, communication, economic, and attitudes of people, ignorance of the subject and taboos, what causes a person with disabilities participate fully and effectively in society, on an equal basis with others.

Mental Disability

Those include a psychiatric, (neurotic, with phobias, bipolar, paranoia, traumas). May be inborn, or acquired in the course of life. This limitation is more evident if the environment is such as architectural barriers, transport, information, communication, economic, and attitudes of people, ignorance of the subject and taboos, what causes a person with disabilities participate fully and effectively in society, on an equal basis with others.

Intellectual Disability

Is any reduction or loss of intellectual capacity make it difficult or impossible as standard (within the ordinary) various activities of daily living. It can be inborn or acquired in the course of life. This limitation is more evident if the environment is such as architectural barriers, transport, information, communication, economic, and attitudes of people, ignorance of the subject and taboos, what causes a person with disabilities participate fully and effectively in society, on an equal basis with others.

Sensory Disability

Is any reduction or loss of the ability of the sensory area such as hearing, language and vision. It can be inborn or acquired in the course of life. This limitation is more evident if the environment is such as architectural barriers, transport, information, communication, economic, and attitudes of people, ignorance of the subject and taboos, what causes a person with disabilities participate fully and effectively in society, on an equal basis with others.

Discrimination on grounds of disability

"Discrimination on the basis of disability" means any distinction, exclusion or restriction on the basis of disability which has the purpose or effect of impairing or nullifying the recognition, enjoyment or exercise, equal, of all human rights and fundamental freedoms in the political, economic, social, cultural, or other civil. It includes all forms of discrimination, including, the denial of reasonable.