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I am writing this context:

Its Support Centre for Students with Special Needs is very appreciated since it provides disabilities students the same level of education as healthy ones.

I don't know if I used "disabilities" and "ones" correct gramatically.

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    In adjectival form, you could say disabled students. That said, I like the suggestion from @amateur – it addresses what can be a sensitive subject in a respectful manner. – J.R. Feb 2 '14 at 23:08
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    I think healthy is not the antonym of disabled. Able-bodied peers I think is probably better. – Jim Feb 3 '14 at 0:47
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This is my suggestion:

Its Support Centre for Students with Special Needs is very appreciated as it provides students with disabilities the same level of education as their peers without disabilities.

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