Intellectual disability

Intellectual disability is defined as a state of cessation of mental development or its incompleteness, and it is characterized in particular by an imbalance in skills, and appears during the development cycle, and affects the general level of intelligence, i.e. cognitive, linguistic, motor, and social abilities, and retardation may occur with or without a psychological or physical disorder last.

This disability includes different types and degrees of it

learning difficulties

Autism spectrum disorder


Prader-Willi Syndrome

Down’s syndrome

growth retardation

assistive technologies

Employer’s Guide

All disabilities Sub-disabilities: deaf/blind/kinesthetic/mental Employer’s Guide is an informative application that serves as a comprehensive guide for employers, both in the private and public sectors, as

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