“[Plaintiff] has presented sufficient evidence to establish a genuine issue of material fact on whether he is disabled under the ADA. . . . [H]is mother . . . states under oath that her son requires parental assistance to pay his bills, file for unemployment benefits, obtain health insurance and health care, complete job applications, monitor his bank account, buy groceries, and eat properly. [Plaintiff]’s mother also attests to his difficulty in understanding instructions, limited speech and vocabulary, participation in special education classes at DISD, and that his IQ score is 72.” Horne v. Dickinson Indep. Sch. Dist., CIV. A. G-11-63, 2012 WL 2935157, at *2 (S.D. Tex. July 17, 2012).