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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He also added "Aster Healthcare has already hired 24 differently-abled people in different workforce areas, and we aim to increase this number to 100 in the coming months"
While a blog cannot assist people with all types of disabilities, a librarian can remain cognizant of these design and organization considerations when setting up a blog so that it has the greatest chance of reaching the largest number of differently-abled people.
Assistive technology will enable and promote the participation and engagement with differently-abled people, ageing population people with co-morbidities in the family, communities in political, economic and social spheres.
A short film prepared by Qatar Foundation for Social Work on the services of Shafallah Center in the field of integrating differently-abled people into society will be screened on the occasion.
The participants were mostly differently-abled people, who were either deaf or dumb.
The BCRA would also adversely affect senior citizens and differently-abled people, among others, critics have said.
Dubai: The Dubai Health Authority's (DHA) General Medical Committee approved over 2,500 special parking permits for differently-abled people in the city, said a top DHA official.
The Prime Minister spoke at length about replacing the word viklang with divyang in everyday usage, to describe differently-abled people.
An official of the Ministry of Urban Planning had earlier announced that newly opened public parks and those set to be open in the coming months would have more toilets and other facilities for the elderly and differently-abled people.
I believe the management should also understand sign-language so that they can take important decisions on how to further integrate differently-abled people in the health sector.
Being a professional dancer, I then started thinking about how to inspire and heal the differently-abled people through art.