- A claims representative for a government agency was having difficulty reading files due to vision impairment caused by MS. His employer purchased a stand magnifier and added task lighting to his workstation.
- A manager with MS working for a publishing company was having difficulty transferring from her wheelchair to the toilet in the employee restroom. Her employer installed additional grab bars.
- An attorney with MS was having difficulty carrying documents to meetings at various locations due to upper extremity weakness. His employer purchased a portable cart that was easy to get in and out of his car.
- An operations clerk for a large distribution center was having difficulty working at full production due to fatigue caused by MS. Her employer moved her to a shift that was not as busy so caused less stress and made less physical demands of the clerk. The clerk was also able to take more frequent breaks on the new shift.
- An engineer with MS was experiencing heat sensitivity. She was provided a private office where the temperature could be lower than in the rest of the facility. She was also encouraged to communicate with coworkers by telephone or email when possible to reduce the amount of walking she had to do.
- A resource nurse with MS was having difficulty accessing her workstation. Her employer widened the floor space in her workstation to allow her easier access from her wheelchair and added an adjustable keyboard tray, monitor holder, and telephone tray. In addition, the employee was provided a flexible schedule so she could continue her medical treatment.
- A clerical worker was having difficulty concentrating and remembering job tasks due to cognitive impairment caused by MS. Her employer added sound absorption panels to reduce distractions in her work area. In addition, her employer gave her written job duties at the beginning of each day and provided a notebook that contained outlines of what each job duty entailed.
- A teacher with MS was having difficulty communicating with students because his speech became soft and slurred when he was fatigued. He was given a personal speech amplifier so he would not have to strain to project his voice, and he was allowed to schedule his classes so he could take periodic breaks.