A Mobility limitation is defined as any orthopedic or physical impairment that causes a serious limitation in locomotion or motor functions in the educational environment.
A Mobility limitation may include:
Impairments caused by: congenital anomaly; disease; amputation; fractures and burns; Other conditions in this category include: arthritis, spinal cord injury, post polio, M.S., muscular dystrophy, or back injury.
A mobility limitation does not apply to mobility impairments due to seeing, hearing, or psychological limitations or resulting from an acquired brain impairment.
Eligibility For Services
Some mobility limitations may be verified by the personal observation of a DSPS counselor with a DSPS Coordinator review, by documentation from a physician, or by a referring agency if the verification is done by a physician.