Translation of differently abled in Spanish:

differently abled

discapacitado, adj.


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    • Still, nobody expected creativity and talent to flow in a cultural festival organised exclusively for the differently abled by the District Disabled Rehabilitation Office to celebrate the World Disabled Day.
    • And the gap between what constitutes being disabled, or differently abled, is artificially narrowed by the week.
    • And yes, when opportunities are provided, one gets to realise why the disabled children should be called differently abled.
    • Will you expand to include differently abled children?
    • Categories for the shorter run are 12 and under; 13-17 years; 18-40; 40 and older; 50 and older and differently abled.
    • We have to provide a barrier-free environment for the differently abled.
    • So let's talk about them, the differently abled.
    • The differently abled singers cannot see in the physical sense, but they demonstrated that they have a vision to reach out to those looking for support from community.
    • A ramp and a wheel-chair have been provided for the physically differently abled to enter the store as well as use the bathroom set up adjacent to the store.
    • About 800 differently abled persons took part in the events.
    • It was not a marketing gimmick but an honest attempt at introducing to young users products made by differently abled people.
    • Several differently abled children, who took part in the painting competition, were given away awards on the occasion.
    • Most of the sketches of the differently abled centred round the themes of national integration and religious harmony.
    • Christmas dawned bright and sunny, promising loads of fun for children especially for the differently abled.
    • It spares not rich nor poor, black nor white, male nor female, able-bodied nor differently abled.
    • But, this sale was different, for it was aimed at helping differently abled persons.
    • Needless to say, the money collected as part of the event would be spent for the welfare of the differently abled.
    • The differently abled are God's most coveted children and they should not be considered a burden.
    • Monday night is the traditional wheelchair night when all differently abled are guests at the club.
    • What kind of message is that to our children about the plight of the differently abled?