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Baseball the act of a player who throws or deflects a batted ball in such a way that a team is enabled to put out an opponent
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It may be recalled that Pakistan had been making concerted efforts to advocate for access to assistive technology for the differently abled across the world.
The resolution emphasised that since a billion people require assistive technology, with a globally ageing population, and the prevalence of non-communicable diseases, this figure is expected to rise to over two billion by 2050.
12 December 2017 - Utah, US-based assistive listening products provider Listen Technologies has acquired the Audio Everywhere brand and products of California, US-based Wi-Fi streaming technology company ExXothermic, Inc.
WHO requires the successful Individual to provide technical and project management support to the assistive technology team; towards the development of an assistive products training package.
AccessAbilities Expo will bring world's latest assistive technology and robotics, aimed at transforming the lives of more than 50 million people with determination across the Middle East, during the three-day expo to be held from November 7-9, at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
New assistive devices and technologies are advancing faster than reimbursement systems and clinician education, which may limit access to these devices and training in their use.
Smartworld to be the gold sponsor for Al Noor Assistive TechX 2017
The partnerships will also promote an adoption of the latest practices in assistive technology within the field of education, according to a statement.
IDEIA also describes the need for assistive technology services, which it describes as "any service that directly assists a child with a disability in the selection, acquisition, or use of an assistive technology device" (IDEIA, 2004).
can only be improved through the use of an assistive device.
But with the use of assistive technology, she now has a voice.
Present era has introduced persons with disabilities with a range of assistive devices that have rapidly increased their educational, vocational, and frivolous activities.