Retrospective Study of Workplace Accommodations

Dory Sabata

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  1. Workplace Accommodations: A Retrospective Analysis of Recommendations for Addressing Functional Limitations Dory Sabata, OTD, Co-contributors: Michael Williams, Ph.D. & Jesse Zolna, Ph.D. Candidate
  2. Work RERC
  3. Background
  4. Importance of WA
  5. Workplace Accommodations Can Include:
  6. Changes to the Work Facility
  7. The Individual Workstation Can Be Modified by
  8. Adaptive Strategies
  9. No Title
  10. Workplace Accommodations (WA)
  11. Purpose of the Study
  12. Participants
  13. Procedures
  14. Demographics
  15. Top Occupations Held
  16. Functional Limitations Reported
  17. Recommendations For WA
  18. Changes to the Personal Workstation
  19. Specific WA Recommended Most Often To Workstation
  20. Types & Frequency of Recommendations
  21. Specific Recommendations for Computer Access
  22. Work Tools and Furnishings
  23. Changes to the Work Facility
  24. Adaptive strategies
  25. Common Accommodations
  26. People with Mobility Difficulty & WA Recommendations
  27. Computer Systems and/or Components
  28. Similarities Across Functional Limitation Groups
  29. Summary
  30. Conclusions
  31. Implications
  32. Limitations of the Study
  33. From Recommendations to Implementation
  34. More Questions
  35. Follow-up Interviews
  36. Demographics
  37. Occupations Desired
  38. Types of WA Recommended
  39. WA to Facility Environment
  40. WA to Workstation
  41. Who Took Part in the Decisions?
  42. Did WA Work?
  43. What Happened?
  44. Discussion
  45. Contact Information

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