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A person has a functional limitation when he or she, because of a disability, does not have the physical, cognitive or psychological ability to independently perform the routine activities of daily living. Examples of functional limitations include (but are not limited to):
An accommodation is any change to the environment or in the way things are customarily done, that gives a person with a disability an opportunity to participate in the application process, job, program or activity that is equal to the opportunity given to similarly situated people without disabilities.
Reasonable Accommodation (RA) in the Job Corps setting may involve a modification or adjustment within an environment (e.g., academic, career technical, work-based learning, recreational, residential), and may involve a modification or adjustment to a policy, program, or procedure. RA can also be any other action, such as providing appropriate services or products that removes barriers for the person with a disability.