My little brother has had seizures since birth. He's 15.5 and hasn't had one in almost two years and they're really hoping that he finally stopped having them after puberty, but my Mom still refers to him as "disabled". She's never claimed it to the government to get money for it or anything, she just refers to him this way.
As far as I know, he did have some memory loss, which effected him in school a bit, but the kids learns just as fast as any other kid and is completely normal in any other way. I hate that she gives him that crutch to lean on when speaking to him (he's always had a problem with doing his homework and failed a grade not due to seizures, but due to not doing his homework and failing classes).
What do you think?
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