adjective social welfare (in Britain)
(of a handicapped person) on a local authority register under the Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970
on a register kept by the Manpower Services Commission for employment purposes, and holding a green identity card, thus qualifying for special services
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Abbreviation: registered handicapped
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