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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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? Students and staff at the University of Chester are marking 100 years of learning disability nursing
"Many people with a learning disability, for example, would benefit from small but important adjustments, such as receiving accessible invitation letters in Easy Read format; having procedures -which can often feel highly personal -explained in simple language, with time to discuss questions or concerns; or having a safe and quiet space to wait to be seen.
"People with a learning disability often make loyal and enthusiastic employees, and make concrete valuable contributions to the workplace.
The family added: "Both are making a real difference to learning disability care, making sure reasonable adjustments are in place so patients can access the best possible healthcare.
Evaluate the effectiveness of learning disability centers in Ardabil province in improving learning disabilities symptoms.
Learning disability nurses consistently balance enabling choice, health promotion and co-ordination, education and advocacy, with their duty of care.
This statement is aimed at all learners and not just learners who do not have a learning disability. In the Moore case, the cuts in the District were made disproportionately to special needs programs.
ALTHOUGH people with a learning disability are more visible in our towns and villages than 50 years ago, some are afraid to step out of their front door.
Mencap has worked for 60 years to achieve its vision of a world where people with a learning disability are valued members of society and to ensure they have the choice to live their life they way the want.
Dr Iain Glencross' Fitzwilliam Street practice is the first in Kirklees to receive the high-profile Learning Disability Friendly Award.
There are many reasons for school failure, but a common one is a specific learning disability. Children with learning disabilities can have intelligence in the normal range but the specific learning disability may make teachers and parents concerned about their general intelligence.

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