Print Disability definition

Print Disability means any condition in which a user is unable to read or use standard printed material due to blindness, visual disability, physical limitations, organic dysfunction, or dyslexia.
Print Disability means a disability that prevents a student from effectively utilizing print material and may include blindness, other serious visual impairments, specific learning disabilities or the inability to hold a book.
Print Disability means a disability that prevents a student from effectively utilizing print

Examples of Print Disability in a sentence

  • The purpose of these rules is to implement A.R.S. §§ 41-3803 and 41-3804.

  • A Fully Participating Library will not provide a certified user with such special access to Books in its LDC in a manner that would make any copy ordinarily accessible to anyone other than such certified user, or ordinarily accessible to such certified user for a longer period than is reasonably necessary to facilitate such special access, except in circumstances in which the Fully Participating Library cannot otherwise provide the user with a reasonable accommodation for such user’s Print Disability.

  • The Fully Participating Library may provide special access to Books in its LDC to a user who has provided written documentation that a Person having the credentials of a Competent Authority has certified that such user has a Print Disability.

  • A professional librarian shall not be permitted to certify a user’s claimed Print Disability for purposes of this Section 7.2(b)(ii)(1) (Special Access) except in those circumstances in which the user affirms in writing to such librarian that no Competent Authority is available to the user for that purpose or in which the user has a Print Disability that is readily apparent upon physical observation of the user.

  • The Australian Government Print Disability Services Program (PDSP) provides funding for organisations to convert print material into alternative formats to meet the needs of people with print disability.

  • The Print Disability Services Program, funded by the Australian Government, funds the production of digital masters of print material in a file format that can readily be converted into a range of alternative formats for persons with a print disability.

  • Draft Joint Recommendation Concerning the Improved Access to Works Protected by Copyright for Persons with a Print Disability (European Union) The EU has tabled a proposal for a Joint Recommendation.

  • Please refer to the Print Disability Services Program Grant Opportunity Guidelines for more information.

  • Draft Joint Recommendation Concerning the Improved Access to Works Protected by Copyright for Persons with a Print Disability, 20th Sess.

  • The ABA is a subcommittee of the Round Table on Information Access for People with a Print Disability, with our national meeting held separately as the first day of the Round Table conference each year.


More Definitions of Print Disability

Print Disability means the inability, through physical disability, to hold or manipulate a book or to focus or move the eyes to the extent that would be normally acceptable for reading;
Print Disability means any disability that interferes with the effective reading, writing, or use of printed material.‌
Print Disability is a visual, cognitive or physical disability which hinders a person’s ability to read print. This includes all visual impairments, dyslexia and any physical disabilities that prevent the handling of a physical copy of a print publication.

Related to Print Disability

  • Disability means total and permanent disability as defined in Section 22(e)(3) of the Code.

  • Total Disability means a “permanent and total disability” within the meaning of Section 22(e)(3) of the Code and such other disabilities, infirmities, afflictions or conditions as the Committee by rule may include.

  • Specific learning disability (SLD) means a heterogeneous group of conditions wherein there is a deficit in processing language, spoken or written, that may manifest itself as a difficulty to comprehend, speak, read, write, spell, or to do mathematical calculations and includes such conditions as perceptual disabilities, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia and developmental aphasia.

  • Permanent total disability means incapacity because of accidental injury or occupational disease to earn any wages in any employment for which the employee may become physically suited and reasonably fitted by education, training or experience, including vocational rehabilitation; loss of both hands, or both feet, or both legs, or both eyes, or any two thereof, shall constitute permanent total disability;