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Accommodations of Specific Disabilities Accommodations of Specific Disabilities

Workplace Accommodations for Individuals with Arthritis

Author(s): Christy Clark, M.Ed. with editorial assistance from Dianna Borsi O'Brien, M.A.
About the author(s): Christy Clark, M.Ed., Graduate Research Assistant, Missouri Arthritis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Dianna Borsi O'Brien, M.A., Senior Information Specialist, Missouri Arthritis Rehabilitation Research and Training Center
Date: January, 2001
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A Brief Overview of Arthritis
Who is considered an individual with a disability?
What are reasonable accommodations?
How do I know the requested accommodation is necessary and is the most appropriate accommodation?
What types of accommodations should be considered?
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