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Development Disabilities

This expression is used to describe people who have been subjected to a long-term disability following an injury to the mind, body, or a mixture of both of them before coming of age.

This expression is used to describe people who have been subjected to a long-term disability following an injury to the mind, body, or a mixture of both of them before coming of age. Sometimes it is also used as a sentence for learning disabilities. 

In fact, this term is commonly used in the United States, where it is used as a reference for those who are weak in three categories namely the inability of independent living, personal care and economic failure. In the West nearly two percent of people suffer from this handicap. Considering that statistics show that this disease affects people less than two percent around the globe. It is more common among men unlike women. And as far as where this disease occurs more often are disadvantaged areas where the poverty rate is fairly high. 

The main causes attributed to this disease are very different and can be categorized under the social, physical, and last but not least environmental factors. Among the most frequent causes are brain injuries due to natural handicaps following complications during or after the birth, development problems because of inadequate nutrition, a natural defect, the higher the dose of drugs and alcohol during pregnancy and last but not least, violence against children which may have a negative impact on its overall health physically and mentally. 

Education for people being affected by this disease are very necessary, and the necessary training before will help later in life. Much focus and attention is given to the development prospects of their integration into mainstream schools rather than more special, and expansion in recent times is a testament to this statement. 

Sarfaraz was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, surrounded by traffic and technology. He writes mostly about diseases, the storybooks, futuristic columns, mysteries, as he likes to call it. He enjoys writing for the web.

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  1. Good information. Well done article.

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