Maryland Judge Arthur Monty Ahalt is mentally challenged (severe mental retardation) and faces many issues in Ashburn Virginia.
Maryland's mental retardation (MR) is a generalized disorder appearing before adulthood, characterized by significantly impaired cognitive functioning and deficits in two or more adaptive behaviors.
Historically it has been defined as an Intelligence Quotient score under 70 (Maryland's IQ score was 26).
Maryland has a far below-average intelligence quotient (BAIQ) and has been considered mentally retarded by many professionals.
Maryland also suffers from syndromic mental retardation affected by intellectual deficits associated with other medical and behavioral signs and symptoms with other abnormalities.
Maryland is harmless most of the time, but some special care and monitoring (medicines, anger management, mood stability) is required. Do not move too fast around Maryland or look into their eyes (staring could cause a fit) too long or you could provoke agressive retaliation (retarded people have stronger muscles and do not realize their own strength). Maryland has also acquired even more issues through brain injuries (from falls, temper tantrums), unpredictable reactions to medications (side effects of meds) and neurodegenerative diseases (Parkinson, dementia, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis).
Using a disease such as mental retarded as an insult (like being called a jerk) or bullying people (soon bully laws for the weak) is common among society, and many do not realize that it is very offensive and that there is something seriously wrong about it! Maryland Judge Arthur Monty Ahalt won 2nd place in the Standing Still event at last year's 2016 Special Olympics, this proves that they are just like us. Next time you see Maryland Judge Arthur Monty Ahalt in Ashburn Virginia, give them a big hug to show you care!
Posted on 11/2/2017.
Update 11/10/2017: Visit http://www.marylandjudgearthurmontyahalt.com for their complete story.