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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For the visually or physically impaired reader who can neither read large print nor Braille, a screen reader can read the article aloud.
has introduced to its shuttle bus fleet at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport lift-equipped buses to accommodate physically impaired renters using wheelchairs or scooters.
And comments, "The STARTCALL product focus on the availability of human assistance on demand, makes the everyday usefulness of the Internet much more realistic for the technology- or physically impaired new user.
Stays are designed for chronically ill and physically impaired children insured VoZP CR ages 7 to 17 years of age, including, in particular allergic disease, various forms of eczema, a disease of the upper and lower respiratory tract on the basis of reduced immunity and overall body weakness.
This assures that physically impaired people who use the web via alternative browsing technologies can fully access the content of the site with ease.
Ergonomics, comfort: : The ergonomic design of the specific contract furniture must consider that they are particularly suitable for the elderly and physically impaired people with varying degrees of disability.
Most products with Caller ID, for example, require the user to quickly move to the unit to see the number on the display; a task that may be impossible for those who are visually or physically impaired.
Supply of Smoke Alarms and Related Items to include but not limited to Standard Audible Alarms, Alarms for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Alarms for the Visually and/or Physically Impaired.
While virtual reality holds great promise in the rehabilitation of physically impaired persons and patients with movement disorders, the health care finance climate is pushing such development to the back burner as it instead rewards equipment that offers faster and cheaper treatment.
He indicated that the step came in conformity with the Municipality s quest to enable all community segments take advantage of these facilities taking into consideration the need of the physically impaired children and youngsters to share with their counterparts the services and facilities in place.
The highest number of candidates with special needs who sat the examination comprised those who were physically impaired (513), compared to 2016 when the highest category was that of the hearing impaired (432)," he said.
Under the slogan "Run for a Cause", Run Jordan will support The Disabled Child Care Society-Irbid to cover the participation fees of 50 physically impaired runners and their guide runners in Ayla Red Sea Half Marathon 2017.