Definitions for "Incapacitated"
Person who is incapable of managing his own affairs because of a disability.
A term used to describe a person lacking the ability to make decisions concerning health care or, more generally, personal matters. The incapacity may be mental (i.e., Alzheimer's disease) or physical (i.e., the effects of a stroke). When a person has a guardian appointed, the person is often referred to as "incapacitated." Incapacity also describes a legal disability to perform a specific act or acts.
A person who is legally incapable of managing his or her own business affairs. A person may be permanently or temporarily incapacitated. A probate court usually decides if a person is incapacitated or not. "Incapacitated" is often used interchangeably with "incompetent."
Keywords:  laughter, helpless, ill, lack, lying
lacking in or deprived of strength or power; "lying ill and helpless"; "helpless with laughter"
incapacitated by injury or illness
Person A person who has been judicially determined to lack the capacity to manage at least some of the property or to meet at least some of the essential health and safety requirements of such person.