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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Recruitment of people with disabilities is one of the biggest issues debated all over the GCC and in the world.
I never read an ecclesiology that says we need people with disabilities to be the church.
Some employers may believe that people with disabilities are somehow different from other employees.
To establish a Speaker's Bureau to make presentations to schools (Grade 7 and up), service clubs, employers and community meetings to raise awareness about people with disabilities.
Workplace accessibility is often the most restrictive barrier that people with disabilities encounter.
States would still be bound by the ADA's prohibition of discrimination against people with disabilities, but the federal courts would not be the forum in which these individuals could make ADA claims against states.
Some people with disabilities reach a point of life-changing emotional liberation when they reject the shame program.
program manager for the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, is to mobilize the black business community to employ more black people with disabilities, and to increase access to employment services and support.
Among the major things the survey reports are that wheelchair users have been illegally told chairs cannot be stored on the plane, that assistive equipment of all kinds has been often broken or damaged, and that many airline personnel still do not know how to respond to people with disabilities in both transport and counter situations.
People with disabilities were outcasts, ignored by their families and neighbors--often left alone to beg.
PRIDE Industries, one of the nation's leading employers of people with disabilities, announced today the release of "Ability Matters," a guide to employing qualified people with disabilities.
King, not just technically but spiritually," said Mama Bristo, president and chief executive officer of Access Living, an organization promoting independent living, providing services and advocating for people with disabilities.

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