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disable

[dis′ā·bəl]
(computer science)
To prevent some action from being carried out.
To turn off a computer system or a piece of equipment.

disable

To turn off; deactivate. See disabled.
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Just as the assisting caseworker has a responsibility to help disabled persons find an occupation that corresponds to their capacity, the disabled person is expected to make an effort to participate in the labour market.
The second step in the inquiry regarding qualification under the ADA is whether the otherwise-qualified disabled person is able to perform the essential functions of the position held or sought, with or without reasonable accommodation.
A friend of Hrybalskiy's, Mykola Swarnyk, has also become involved in working with disabled persons. After his wife died in childbirth eight years ago, Swarnyk found himself having to care for his handicapped son.
Barbara Faye Waxman, a disability activist who has done extensive research on the issue of hate crimes, says that hate crimes have usually been committed against disabled persons "behind closed doors - in homes and in institutions.
This article explains how such trusts can be used to manage a disabled person's affairs and why a trust, rather than a will, should be considered the primary instrument for disposing of an estate.
The court also ordered that all special persons be given facilities as stated under The Disabled Persons (Employment and Rehabilitation) Ordinance, 1981.
Clients desiring to avoid having to set up an SNT often consider giving money outright during their lifetime or upon their death to an individual in whom they have confidence, trusting that individual to use the funds in an appropriate manner for the benefit of the disabled person. The problem, of course, is there are no formal written constraints on this individual, sometimes called a precatory trustee, and other than the good faith assurances of the precatory trustee, the client has no way of knowing whether the disabled person will actually receive the benefit of the funds.
ISLAMABAD -- Justice Azmat Saeed has remarked against the merit recruitments against disabled persons quota is a heinous offence.
He said that acquiring an education is every person's dream and wish in today's world and being discriminated and ignored breaks his heart.He appealed to the government to increase the reserved quota of education for disabled persons to at least 5 per cent.
If one of the disabled person's family members is employed, they cannot receive state subsidies.
Nominated senator Isaac Mwaura urged the government to consider synchronizing disabled person cards with NHIF cards.

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