The noun impairment means that some ability is not as strong as normal. People can be:
An impairment can also be temporary - your judgment and coordination become impaired when you drink too much alcohol, for example.
Both disability and handicap refer to a problem that prevents someone from doing normal or typical activities. People who have such problems are sometimes described as disabled or handicapped people, although the best term is to say someone has a disability or, when talking about these people as a group, to say people with disabilities.
When a building or other structure has special accommodations for people who use wheelchairs or who have other mobility difficulties, we often call these handicap-accessible places.
National Grandparents Day in the U.S. is the first Sunday after Labor Day, in September.The holiday is expected to grow in significance over the next decade and beyond as the number of grandparents in the United States rises from 65 million in 2011 to 80 million in 2020 as a result of the baby boom. Grandparents in America are also increasingly responsible for child care and support. In 2012, 30% of children under five with working mothers were cared for on a regular basis by a grandparent.