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  • severely
  • The failure of the Governor to comply with the planning and reporting requirements of the Mental Hygiene Law and the removal of significant public resources from the mental health system by the Governor has severely limited the ability of the State to develop alternative residential and service delivery programs for mentally ill persons in their home communities. (ny.us)
  • ALMOST three weeks ago, Belfast health trust officials sat in the living room of a Co Down family's home and admitted the full scale of an abuse scandal triggered by an incident involving their severely mentally disabled son. (irishnews.com)
  • What sort of a person hits a severely mentally disabled adult, never mind a specially trained health professional? (irishnews.com)
  • disabilities
  • As an exkickboxing coach myself i was wondering what people thought about teaching martial arts to people with either physical or mental disabilities or combinations of both? (bullshido.net)
  • In very loose and general terms, I think that exercise is good for everyone and perhaps extra important for people with many kinds of disabilities, and that functional martial arts in particular can be empowering for the disempowered. (bullshido.net)
  • Agreed that grappling in particular allows people with a very wide variety of physical disabilities to adapt, as it doesn't require sight (or hearing), as technique can make up for very great discrepancies in physical attributes, and as grappling can demonstrably be done by people who lack several limbs (I'm sure we've all seen the videos). (bullshido.net)
  • The New York State Assembly Standing Committee on Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities serves as the focus of Assembly efforts to ensure quality care, treatment, and services to persons with mental illness, mental retardation and developmental disabilities. (ny.us)
  • On the conservative National Review's Web site , writer Betsy Woodruff claimed that the disability treaty, named the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities , would "potentially undermine American sovereignty. (readersupportednews.org)
  • physically
  • I keep asking for the identity of the person who allegedly physically attacked my son but they won't even tell me if it was a nurse or a care assistant due to data protection and the fact all these other investigations are going on. (irishnews.com)
  • Illness
  • The 'People Power' Disability - Serious Illness - Senior Citizen Superbook: Book 6. (lulu.com)
  • In today's world, where individuals have a host of legal "rights," it might seem safe to revisit such goals as purifying the human race of genetic defects, preventing births in locations designated by scientists as overpopulated, and using abortion and contraception (often the same thing) to remove "unwanted" preborn persons before they undergo a life of illness or disability-or simply because they are the less preferred sex. (all.org)
  • c) It shall not be a defense under this section if the alleged insanity or mental illness was proximately caused by the voluntary ingestion, inhalation or injection of intoxicating liquor, any drug or other mentally debilitating substance, or any combination thereof, unless such substance was prescribed for the defendant by a licensed health-care practitioner and was used in accordance with the directions of such prescription. (delaware.gov)
  • children
  • The other observation was that lower class people had more children than upper-class people. (wikipedia.org)
  • 41 Palestinians, 23 of whom were civilians, including 9 children, 3 women and two disabled persons, were killed by IOF in the Gaza Strip. (electronicintifada.net)
  • After the first year of life, costs per person for children were lowest. (bmj.com)
  • According to Rivera, she was told that it was a different case for Amelia compared with other children, because "she is already brain damaged and mentally retarded. (cnn.com)
  • The Children's Amendment Act 1 and the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act 2 (Sexual Offences Act) impose duties on medical practitioners and others to report child abuse and sexual offences against children and mentally disabled persons that go beyond those in the Child Care Act 3 and the Prevention of Family Violence Act. (scielo.org.za)
  • http://worldcatlibraries.org/registry/gateway?version=1.0&url_ver=Z39.88-2004&rft_val_fmt=info:ofi/fmt:kev:mtx:journal&atitle=Attitudes+of+registered+nurses+and+student+nurses+to+disabled+children&title=British+Journal+of+Nursing+&volume=11&issue=17&spage=1141-1146&date=2002-09&au=Mantziou,+V.;+Brocalaki,+I.;+Andrea,+S.;+Ktenas,+E.;+Chatira,+K.;+Kotzabassaki,+S. (georgetown.edu)
  • facility
  • In addition, under subdivision 6, under the issuance of such commitment order for the term of period of confinement imposed, pursuant to paragraph (a) of subdivision two of this section, and to such a secure facility as shall be suitable for a mentally ill person or a person with a dangerous mental disorder, as the case may be, based upon the examination reports. (change.org)
  • guilty
  • a) Upon the rendition of a verdict of "not guilty by reason of insanity," the court shall, upon motion of the Attorney General, order that the person so acquitted shall forthwith be committed to the Delaware Psychiatric Center. (delaware.gov)
  • authorities
  • Authorities in Britain have mounted an intensive investigation into how and why a 22-year-old mentally handicapped man, Nicky Reilly, built a nail bomb and then attempted to set it off last Thursday. (infowars.com)
  • They can use laws or executive authorities to force or encourage people to abort "unfit" babies, undergo surgical sterilization to prevent pregnancy, and take contraceptives or abortion-inducing drugs or devices. (all.org)
  • merely
  • of merely one person. (orafaq.com)
  • Some on the law-and-order right will argue here that the disproportionate number of arrests, convictions and mandatory minimum sentences for black offenders is merely a reflection of the fact that black people are disproportionately likely to commit these sorts of crimes. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Disability
  • In his 2012 book Mental Disability - the Shame of the States , Michael L. Perlin, a professor emeritus at New York Law School and internationally recognized expert on mental disability law, writes that mentally ill defendants "receive substandard counsel, are treated poorly in prison, receive disparately longer sentences, and are regularly coerced into confessing to crimes (many of which they did not commit). (tully-weiss.com)
  • The main determinants of healthcare use in the Netherlands are old age and disabling conditions, particularly mental disability. (bmj.com)
  • Whether a person with a mental disability qualifies for an organ transplant is a decision made on a case-by-case basis, based on that patient's health, experts say. (cnn.com)
  • groups
  • A failed restaurant bombing in England last week has raised concerns among U.S. and European counterterrorism officials that Al Qaeda and other radical Islamic groups are recruiting mentally disabled people to carry out suicide attacks. (infowars.com)
  • away
  • A writer at the libertarian Cato institute said that if the US signed the treaty, it would take "away our national sovereignty on questions of how best to accommodate the disabled. (readersupportednews.org)
  • abuse
  • As a result, thousands of mentally ill persons suffered indignities and abuse, and hundreds of others have succumbed to untimely deaths due to a dysfunctional mental health system. (ny.us)
  • 7 However, it is a criminal offence for such person to fail to report abuse or neglect when required to do so by the Act, 7 and they could be held civilly liable for damages if the child suffers further injury as a result. (scielo.org.za)
  • share
  • Patterns of thinking like progressivism-a political ideology that promotes a scientific, supposedly objective, and morally neutral perspective in creating public policy-find a home among classes of educated and largely non-religious persons who share similar experiences and social networks. (all.org)
  • meet
  • The state psychiatrist who then testified said Evins' did not meet South Carolina's definition of mentally disabled. (tully-weiss.com)
  • The result has been a disjointed, top-down planning process that is inefficient, facilitated wasteful use of public resources, and hindered the ability of the Legislature to focus the use of public resources to meet the needs of the mentally disabled. (ny.us)
  • risk
  • The aim of this study is to make the teacher candidates aware of the risk factors for the mentally disabled in the use of the social media and specify their views about this issue. (springer.com)
  • People who are neurologically impaired, such as those with spinal injuries or paralysis, are also at high risk. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Since urine, feces, or other moisture increases the risk of skin infection, people who suffer from incontinence, as well as immobility, have a greater than average risk of developing bedsores. (encyclopedia.com)
  • How many people know that IVF increases the risk of premature birth and lower birth rates? (all.org)
  • The Health Department urges residents to not use chemicals or pesticides to kill bats because of the risk of exposure to humans and causes sick or dying bats to be grounded in the community, further increasing the chance of contact with people and pets. (albanycounty.com)
  • unusual
  • In 2002, the United States Supreme Court ruled 6-3 in Atkins v. Virginia that executing intellectually disabled inmates violates the Eighth Amendment's prohibition on cruel and unusual punishments. (tully-weiss.com)
  • scientists
  • The scientists gave cases of the people with brain damage on the area of so-called ventromedial prefrontal cortex who are proven to lack the emotional sensitivity towards moral solutions. (ohmynews.com)
  • However
  • However, at Evin's trial, an expert witness stunned the courtroom - and presumably Gowdy - by stating that the defendant was possibly mentally deficient. (tully-weiss.com)
  • However, people wanting to justify racism claimed that black people were inferior. (wikipedia.org)
  • However, should they still be perceived to be a danger to themselves or others even after the period of determined confinement is reached the state shall follow necessary procedures to have such person civilly confined for their safety and that of the community. (change.org)
  • Resources
  • The Committee also remains committed to capturing all savings from the downsizing of State psychiatric centers and reallocating those resources into communities across the State to facilitate the ability of the mentally disabled to enjoy dignified, stigma-free lives in their home communities. (ny.us)
  • victims
  • Although white people occasionally do become the victims of overly broad gun laws (for example, see the outrageous prosecution of Brian Aitken , also in New Jersey), the typical person arrested for gun crimes is more likely to have the complexion of Shaneen Allen than, say, Sarah Palin. (washingtonpost.com)
  • mind
  • Newsweek: al-Qaeda Recruits Mentally Disabled ยป Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind! (infowars.com)
  • It's truly amazing how the human mind functions: you can talk in front of 300 people, but one girl is impossible because there's more emotion involved. (metal-archives.com)
  • removal
  • Disciplinary action for violations of this policy can range from verbal or written warnings, probation, up to and including suspension, expulsion, termination from employment or dismissal from Michigan Tech. Third parties, guests and other persons who violate the policy are subject to corrective action, which may include removal from campus and termination of contractual agreements. (mtu.edu)
  • place
  • I was actually born with a serious case of cerebral palsy (plus, the former USSR back in 1969 was not quite the best place for such people). (bullshido.net)
  • Hey, if we single out the disabled as having to bring their own if they want to drink, why not make it equal and make everyone bring their own cups in the first place? (marginalrevolution.com)
  • result
  • Many are surprised by this, and one reason millions of people don't get enough vitamin A. The result is reduced human performance, poor aging and potential problems in virtually all areas of the body. (philmaffetone.com)
  • advantage
  • Now the unimaginably evil al-Qaeda is taking advantage of the mentally ill, according to the mockingbird corporate media. (infowars.com)
  • health
  • Transhumanism also appeals to persons enamored with both the imagined capabilities of the biological sciences and the idea of enhancing the biology of humans to develop superhuman abilities, health, and intelligence. (all.org)
  • believe
  • Some people believe in guided evolution or theistic evolution . (wikipedia.org)
  • What they're proposing is that we target people who possess, sell or transport guns not because they want to hurt people with them, but for reasons ranging from what most reasonable people would believe to be justifiable (like Shaneen Allen) to what gun control proponents would likely consider objectionable (the gun shop owners and gun manufacturers who make money selling weapons). (washingtonpost.com)
  • And few people believe it is wrong to try to improve society. (all.org)
  • made
  • There's an argument to be made that we still need to target irresponsible gun owners and gun merchants, even if they aren't using guns to victimize people, because their guns could end up in the hands of people who do. (washingtonpost.com)
  • judge
  • The prosecution requested the judge determine whether Evins was mentally fit to receive the death penalty, and wouldn't you just know it, that's the sentence Evins received. (tully-weiss.com)
  • If the judge and a lot of people witness his client yell fuck you at the judge, they can probably put two and two together, saying his client was the idiot not him. (fmylife.com)
  • given
  • Respect for persons requires that prospective research subjects "be given the opportunity to choose what shall or shall not happen to them" and thus necessitates adequate standards for informed consent. (hhs.gov)
  • Even if they were mistaken, such persons shall not be liable for any notification given in good faith in accordance with the Act. (scielo.org.za)
  • Subject
  • Information about a research project must be presented in such a way that enables each person to voluntarily decide whether or not to participate as a research subject. (hhs.gov)