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Cogni-Zone 90 caps
Cogni-Zone 90 caps
USD $41.00
Progressive Labs
Progressive Child Focus Support 90 wafers
Progressive Child Focus Support 90 wafers
USD $27.25
Progressive Labs
BDNF Oral Spray 1oz
BDNF Oral Spray 1oz
USD $34.60
Viatrexx Bio
MemorEase 60 caps
MemorEase 60 caps
USD $37.95
Lidtke
Membrin 30 caps
Membrin 30 caps
USD $30.80
Ortho Molecular
Cogumin SLCP™ 50 vegcaps
Cogumin SLCP™ 50 vegcaps
USD $40.00
Protocol
Alpha-GPC 120'S
Alpha-GPC 120'S
USD $91.50
Pure Encapsulations
Alpha-GPC 60'S
Alpha-GPC 60'S
USD $46.90
Pure Encapsulations
Acetyl L-Carnitine 60ct
Acetyl L-Carnitine 60ct
USD $38.70
Ortho Molecular

 

The concept of cognitive disabilities is extremely broad, and not always well-defined. In loose terms, a person with a cognitive disability has greater difficulty with one or more types of mental tasks than the average person. There are too many types of cognitive disabilities to list here, but we will cover some of the major categories. Most cognitive disabilities have some sort of basis in the biology or physiology of the individual. The connection between a person's biology and mental processes is most obvious in the case of traumatic brain injury and genetic disorders, but even the more subtle cognitive disabilities often have a basis in the structure or chemistry of the brain. A person with profound cognitive disabilities will need assistance with nearly every aspect of daily living. Someone with a minor learning disability may be able to function adequately despite the disability, perhaps even to the extent that the disability is never discovered or diagnosed. Admittedly, the wide variance among the mental capabilities of those with cognitive disabilities complicates matters somewhat. In fact, one may reasonably argue that a great deal of web content cannot be made accessible to individuals with profound cognitive disabilities, no matter how hard the developer tries. Some content will always be too complex for certain audiences. This is unavoidable. Nevertheless, there are still some things that designers can do to increase the accessibility of web content to people with less severe cognitive disabilities.
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