disabled - handicapped*
Someone who is disabled has an illness, injury or condition that restricts the way they can live, especially by making it difficult for them to move about.
There are many practical problems encountered by disabled people in the workplace.
Some people use handicapped with this meaning, but many people find this offensive.
The most sensitive ways of referring to people with a restricting physical condition are to call them people with disabilities or people with special needs.
Those who will gain the most are people with disabilities and their carers.
Employers should pay for the training of young people with special needs.