Eligibility was later expanded to include any retiree with a compensable combat-related disability
, including reservists.
Just 10 percent of disability
cases account for more than half the total medical and disability
The physician disability
market suffered through some turbulent times over the past two decades.
Several researchers have focused attention on how attitudes are measured and inherent researcher bias regarding attitude measurement toward disability
(Antonak & Livneh, 2000; Wright, 1988).
That said, I think that we're doing a better job here at Syracuse University than most," says Steve Taylor, co-director of the New York school's Center on Human Policy, Law, and Disability
Healthy People 2010: Disability
and Secondary Condition, Chapter 6.
In Part 1, Joan Aleshire challenges our thinking about what constitutes a disability
by sharing her special life experiences as an advantaged person with a disability
Other accommodations may be specific to the student's learning disability
The Committee examined all past reports prepared for various federal departments, task forces and committees on disability
issues, particularly, previous work on the disability
In addition, the CHP is conducting criminal investigations of 15 high- ranking officers who filed workers' compensation claims shortly before taking disability
pensions, a practice referred to by the rank and file as ``chief's disease.
These mentors will possess the practical knowledge and personal experience requisite to help students effectively transition to adulthood and overcome the barriers that typically are associated with a particular disability
In what is called a "resource room," they would receive instruction from teachers trained to modify their instructional techniques depending on the nature of the child's disability