Mr O'Kelly suggested she fell into the category of being mildly mentally handicapped.
What does MIMH stand for?
MIMH stands for Mildly Mentally Handicapped (special education)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of MIMH
- Mckeefry Irish Music Festival (UK)
- Midland Irish Music Festival
- Molyvos International Music Festival (Greece)
- Musical Instrument Makers Forum
- Madison Insight Meditation Group (Madison, WI)
- Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics (UCLA)
- Mission Internal Medical Group (California)
- Member of Institute of Management (UK)
- Muscle Insulin-Mediated Glucose Uptake
- Maternal and Infant Mental Health
- Missouri Institute of Mental Health
- MADCAP Integration Management Initiative (US Army)
- Magnetospheric Imaging Instrument
- Manager for Interactive Modeling Interfaces
- Medical Imaging and Informatics (conference)
- Minuteman Missile National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
- Montreal International Music Initiative (Canada)
- My Instant Medical Information (Huntsville, AL)
- Magnetospheric Imaging experiment, Charge-Energy-Mass Spectrometer (US NASA)
- Magnetospheric Imaging Experiment, Low Energy (US NASA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
We already had two children, a girl who was normal and a boy who was mildly mentally handicapped.
This idea forms the conceptual basis of the present study, and it will be explored in the context of academic "self-concept" among mildly mentally handicapped children.
He added that Kepple was probably mildly mentally handicapped as a result of his injuries but is not a psychopath or sociopath.
Judge William Early told the court he was outraged that the state had no home for the mildly mentally handicapped boy, who was later moved to the Drumshane Centre at Camphill from where he had been turned away by health care workers on a number of occasions.
Judge William Early told the court he was outraged that the State had no home for the mildly mentally handicapped boy.