Is paralysis a disability?


Yes, paralysis can be considered a disability. Paralysis is a condition that causes the loss of muscle function in a part of the body and can result in significant limitations in mobility and daily activities. Depending on the extent and severity of the paralysis, it can be classified as a disability that may require accommodations to enable individuals to participate fully in society. In some cases, individuals with paralysis may be eligible for disability benefits and services to help them manage their condition and maintain their independence.

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