Disability

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Disability

1. Any brokerage account with a restriction, or the restrictions themselves. Disabilities exist generally to prevent conflicts of interest in investment. For example, an employee of the brokerage may be unable to make certain transactions on his account with the brokerage.

2. See: Disability insurance.
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The 73% completion rate was excellent, especially since the participants had numerous barriers to participation, including mobility impairments and reliance upon public transportation.
The purpose of this study was to determine whether the Mobility Obstacle Course could be used reliably and validly as a measure of dynamic functional mobility of participants with physical disabilities and mobility impairments.
Greatest Changes in Income Level Due to Mobility Loss Occur Early On, as People with MS Transition from Normal Mobility to Minimal Mobility Impairment
a) Legitimate handicapped parking space users were vehicles driven by or used to transport a person with a mobility impairment and which displayed a handicapped parking permit,
Our company conducted a survey and we found that people with mobility impairments, whether temporary or permanent, did not enjoy the shopping experience because it was too difficult," said Steve Scroggins, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Assembled Products Corp.
Spain: Hosting meetings across the country in conjunction with local MS advocacy organizations to raise awareness of the issue of mobility impairment in people living with MS.
As a man with a mobility impairment and very much in need of these spaces, it is frustrating and worse to be denied the opportunity to use them because of the total selfishness of a persistent minority.
I know there is a shortage of parking around Newcastle town centre but you'd think these selfish offenders would realise that accessible parking close to the station is an absolute necessity for disabled people, particularly those with a mobility impairment.
The specific impact of a mobility impairment and the resulting need for adaptive technology are unique to each individual.
For the purpose of this study, a mobility impairment was defined as a disability requiring the permanent use of a wheelchair or scooter.
In 2011, Biogen Idec is also intensifying its European awareness initiative, "Mobility Matters in MS," with the ambition to increase awareness about the significant impact mobility impairment has on the quality of life of people affected by MS.
I know of instances in Newcastle where services provided for disabled people, including children, are in buildings accessible only by steps, therefore excluding wheelchair-users and others with mobility impairment.

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