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Step 4: Choose the Accommodation

Concentrating on Work Detail

People with learning disabilities may have difficulty concentrating on work details. Concentration can be affected by audible or visual distractions in or near the person's work area. Some audible distractions include: overhearing conversations, phones ringing, doors opening/closing, or machines running. Some visual distractions include: people walking by the work area, traffic/activities seen through a window, or tasks being completed at a copier/fax or other work area. Accommodations may include:

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