Of course if the individual has an Upper Extremity Amputation additional accommodations for Gross Motor Impairment, Fine Motor Impairment and Upper Extremity Amputations or a Lower Extremity Amputation as stated on the Jobs Accomodation Network.
Gross Motor Impairment: Here are some things you can do to modify the work site to make it accessible: provide parking close to the work site, install automatic door openers, provide an accessible restroom and break room, modify the workstation to make it accessible, adjust desk height if a wheelchair or scooter is used, make sure materials and equipment are within reach range and move workstation close to other work areas.
Or was your child left out of a field trip because a teacher was afraid to use an epinephrine auto-injector?
The ADA borrows from Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.If magnification and lighting are not adequate, talking software, other technical modifications, re-training or job modification (as examples) may be needed.This is typically adequate for more than 85% of the population of visually impaired individuals.People with disabilities may just have the skills and competencies you require within your organization yet they are often under-employed.
It is important to consider how your organization can tap this potential source of employees.Also, recent jurisprudence has widened the applicability of accommodation.