Define the Term Disabled

Disability is a condition or function or function judged to be a significantly impaired relative to the usual standard of an individual or group. The term is used to refer to individual functioning, including physical impairment, mental illness, and various types of chronic disease. So for these reason some kids may not be able to perform like a normal child because of their illness. Most public places have to design their settings so that it can accommodate any one with disabilities because they should be treated equally in all circumstances.
There are different ranges of special needs:
1. Physical disability: this is any condition that permanently prevents normal body movement and/or control.  

2. Learning disability: this is where an individual has difficulty in collecting, organizing, or acting on verbal and non-verbal information. Most commonly, the person has trouble understanding or using written or spoken language.

Physical disability can be in short term or long term. Some disabilities may improve over a period of time while some may not. Some of these disabilities may be able to be treated with medication or physical therapy. Some of these disabilities were inherited while some were the cause of injury.   Some of these disabilities are epilepsy, cystic fibrosis, cerebral palsy, spina bifida and post head injury. Disability may also be cause from a malformation of the vital organs, such as kidneys or the heart, or from missing or damaged limbs.

Learning disability: Learning disabilities can be lifelong conditions that, in some cases, affect many parts of a person's life: school or work, daily routines, family life, and sometimes even friendships and play. In some people, many overlapping learning disabilities may be apparent. Other people may have a single, isolated learning problem that has little impact on other areas of their lives.
There are different types of learning disability:  
• Speech and language disorders
• Developmental...