Mobility and dexterity

There are many origins and causes of disabilities affecting mobility and/or dexterity, including amputation, spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, arthritis, and muscular dystrophy, and broken bones. The two most common categories of function that are affected are the ability to move from place to place and the ability to make precise movements with one’s hands, as in writing and keyboarding. Mobility and Dexterity Disabilities explains how faculty may anticipate or respond to some of the issues faced by students with limited mobility and/or dexterity.