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Other Motor

These types of limitations refer to miscellaneous body movements such as body size, decreased stamina/fatigue, overall body coordination, overall body weakness/strength, slow movements/reaction time, spasm/tic/tremor/blinking, use of one hand/arm, or use of one side/full body.

  • Body Size

    Body size could be extremes in height or weight.

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  • Decreased Stamina/Fatigue

    Decreased stamina, or fatigue, refers to one’s inability to exert oneself over a prolonged period of time, or across a certain amount of repeated activity. Decreased stamina, or fatigue, can be caused by a variety of conditions and limitations. Accommodations come in a variety of solutions for a specific limitation. See below for some ideas to help you get started.

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  • Overall Body Coordination

    Overall body coordination can be limited from various limitations, including fatigue, spasticity, trauma, or injury.

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  • Overall Body Weakness/Strength

    The limitation of overall body weakness/strength can be the result of several conditions. Usually this type of weakness is due to fatigue from a specific condition.

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  • Slow Movement/Reaction time

    Slow movement/reaction time could be a result from taking medication or a symptom of a variety of disabilities.

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  • Spasm/Tic/Tremor/Blinking

    Individuals may have limitations that stem from a variety of medical impairments resulting in spasms, tics, tremors, or blinking. Depending on the reason for onset, progression, and underlying causes of the spasm/tic/tremor/blinking, individuals may need accommodations in order to perform tasks at work or maintain productivity. Accommodations can come in a variety of solutions for a specific limitation. See below for some ideas to help you get started.

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  • Use of One Hand/Arm

    An individual with use of one hand or arm may have difficulty manipulating, accessing, or using different tools or equipment in the workplace. Accommodations can come in a variety of solutions for a specific limitation. See below for some ideas to help you get started.

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  • Use of One Side/Full Body

    This limitation occurs when an individual has limited use of one side of a body, either lower or upper extremities, and sometimes both.

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