This your question is quite funny! Physically challenged people also go to school and become professionals. That's a clear proof that their brains are intact and they can think. Being disabled physically doesn't affect a person's thinking ability; unless the person has a mental issue
I would say quite the opposite. The disabled people I know have no time to waste and are always busy developing their minds.
This is what they only really have left and has made them some of the smartest people around. Disabled people are not totally disabled and will shock you in how they think.
Being disabled physically does not mean that the person would be disabled in thinking,infact there are many disabled people that have truly achieve greatness in life without allowing their disability to stop them from reaching greatness...
a person who is not well informed about life could have a poor thinking and disability has nothing to do with that.....
I guess you know who Stephen Hawking was..the world famous theoretical physicist, a true genius? He was severely physically disabled. I guess that should answer your question.
Absolutely not. In fact myself and others I know who are physically disabled know that in modern society since we're not physically fit our minds are the only things that make us worth anything in terms of getting a job and surviving and that leads to a massive drive to learn. Some are so disabled that learning is really all they have, what else will you do when confined to a bed for days, weeks, months, even years at a time except learn to keep yourself from going insane? I should know, I've been there.
No. Physical disability doesn't affect a person's mind. Anyone that doesn't have a mental challenge can think constructively regardless of the physical make-up of such a person.