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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Dr Mazari said society should also focus on the differently-abled people who suffered from non-physical disabilities as well.
The minister said that for development of differently-abled people, national council would be reformed with equal representation of provinces.
Furthermore, government hospitals have been directed to issue certificates to differently-abled people as per United Nations classifications so that free assistive devices, such as canes, wheelchairs etc., can be provided accordingly.
The experience was significantly memorable for the artists, since most of them admitted to working with differently-abled persons in a painting session for the first time.
"This experience with differently-abled people gave our employees an opportunity to learn important things from the interns such as focus on the job, resilience and positive attitude.
"Differently-abled children still face stigmatisation in society, and it takes years to address this issue," he told Daily News Egypt.
Principal Saad Ullah stressed the need for special attention to the differently-abled persons and time to make them useful citizens of the society.
Prior to the enactment of RA 10699, winning differently-abled athletes were granted only token incentives because they were not covered by the old National Athletes Incentives Law or RA 9064.
He said that he has taken up special measures for the education of differently-abled children.
comes as a result of an impressive three-month pilot run of the Program for over 250 differently-abled and marginalized participants from disadvantaged communities.
It aims to reinforce the importance of social inclusion for parents to promote the removal of barriers for differently-abled kids.
The central bank said that banks should provide senior citizens and differently-abled people, including the visually-impaired, with basic services such as pick-up and delivery of cash, chequebooks and demand drafts at their residences.