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Direct comparison of these studies is complicated due to a lack of consistency in defining hearing impairment and other factors," said Helzner.
The overall objectives of the Sensory Impairment Service are:
Auditors are often ineffective when it comes to reviewing companies' long-lived assets and impairment procedures.
The total goodwill impairment amount of $5 I billion is based on the company base set selection and methodology used to prepare the study.
Key words: Students with visual impairment, Difficulties, Inclusive education, Higher education level
The pre-tax impairment of GGBs, including related hedging costs, amounted to 1.
According to a new, long-term study from Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University researchers, cognitive impairment, especially at the moderate to severe stages has an impact on life expectancy similar to chronic conditions such as diabetes or chronic heart failure.
Best's Impairment Rate and Rating Transition Study- 1977-2010 15 Appendices A.
1 People with a lowest-ever (nadir) CD4 count under 200 had a higher risk of NP impairment in this study, even if they were taking antiretroviral therapy.
Mild cognitive impairment is recognized as a risk factor for dementia and an important public health issue, according to background information in the article.
workers older than 65 experience either hearing or visual impairment, with the incidence of hearing problems three times higher than vision problems, found a study in the August issue of APHA's American Journal of Public Health.
In an article scheduled for publication in the Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, Ian Lang, PhD, and colleagues report an association between decreased levels of vitamin D and an increased risk of cognitive impairment in older men and women.
Titled Goodwill Impairment Implications in the Current Market Turmoil , the report points out that from third quarter 2008 through 20 March 2009, Fortune 500 companies have announced approximately $230 billion worth of impairments, which is more than twice the total of impairments recorded by Fortune 500 companies during the three years leading up to third quarter 2008.
Although the preadolescents and adolescents with visual impairments used the telephone and Internet for social interaction more often than did those in several other primary disability categories (those with mental retardation, autism, and multiple disabilities), these comparison groups involved students with disabilities that may be more severely disabling than visual impairment and, therefore, may be expected to be less socially competent.
Elderly people who have visual impairment are more likely than others to have concomitant hearing loss.