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Manlift mounted on pickup truck extended 12 feet high and 14 feet to the side so a worker who cannot climb can access large equipment and tall places.You have options.

 

You never expected your life activities to be so limited by injury, illness, aging - constant pain.  You might feel trapped.  You might feel like you can’t do anything.  You might think that your future is now a closed door.  Your mind might feel like a foggy cloud without a thought of what could be.

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Here are some highlights from the Bureau of Labor Statistics report:

All terrain mechanics creeper showing how a person who cannot crawl can sit low to the earth and roll around on rough terrain while doing mechanical work.-In 2014, 17.1% of persons with a disability were employed

-Unemployment among persons with disabilities is two times higher than the general population, regardless of education

-33% of workers with disabilities who are employed only work part time part time

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Disability Work Tools in the Beginning

Personal Assistive Technology Consultation has been one of the top 3 goals of DisabilityWorkTools.com from the beginning, because it is the conviction the Lord placed on my heart in the beginning.  In 1997 I was graduating from Purdue University with a degree in Agricultural Engineering and desired to work directly with people.  I did not want to sit in a cubicle designing pistons, I wanted to...

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Ladder on semi truck trailer so workers can climb easier.

Is it reasonable for a person with severe visual impairments to operate high-tolerance machines to manufacture parts with a lathe and mill?  Would that be a good recommendation?

 

Skilled tradesmen with disabling conditions can search for the best and worst trades for their specific abilities.  The O*NET program is the nation's primary source of occupational information. Central to the project is the O*NET database, containing information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors.

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