Some are converting to disability, while others are dropping out of the labor market altogether.
Perhaps this is part of why they have become so accomplished at a certain kind of disability accommodation.
Last summer, she filed a disability claim and the VA returned a disability rating that was lower than she felt she deserves.
After the stock market crash of 1987, Staley decided to leave Wall Street and go on disability.
She was the first deaf woman to win the contest and the first Miss America with a disability.
After a workman had been seven years a member, the gild assured him a livelihood in case of disability from any cause.
Take one child and put him under the disability that the twins were born with.
This disability was removed in 1802, and much benefit is expected to result from this measure.
Only how the bonfires wouldn't burn if it should turn out to be only a disability after all.
His claim was rejected on the ground that there appeared to be no disability from that cause.
disability dis·a·bil·i·ty (dĭs'ə-bĭl'ĭ-tē)
A disadvantage or deficiency, especially a physical or mental impairment that prevents or restricts normal achievement.