*These codes are no longer in use*
Legal blindness in one or both eyes when visual acuity after correction (eye glasses or contact lenses) is 20/200 visual acuity or restriction in the visual field to 20 degrees.
Total deafness or inability to hear a normal conversation and/or use a telephone without the aid of an assistive device.
Impairments of speech when speech is unintelligible in normal conversation.
Orthopedic impairments, amputations or functional limitations, of one or both upper extremities.
Orthopedic impairments, amputations or functional limitations, of one or both lower extremities.
Orthopedic impairments, amputations or functional limitations, of both upper and lower extremities.
Orthopedic impairments, amputations or functional limitations of the trunk, back or spine when there is a medically diagnosed disability which substantially limits one or more major life activities.
Periodic disturbance of consciousness during which generalized or partial seizure may occur whether medically controlled or not. (Onset may have occurred after the age of 18.)
Limitation in balance, coordination, sensory and/or cognitive functions which substantially interfere with normal work activity, i.e., cerebral palsy, autism.
When identified by a physician, school system, Department of Rehabilitation, or other responsible agency.
Heart or circulatory conditions
Impairment substantially interferes with normal work.
Disease of the blood and blood forming organs
Disabilities such as leukemia and sickle cell anemia which substantially interfere with normal work activity.
Unstablized condition resulting in periodic breathing limitations.
Periodic stomach or intestinal impairment which substantially interferes with normal work activity.
Colostomies and Ileostomies
Opening from the digestive tract through the abdominal wall.
Must be treated by dialysis.
Insulin must be needed and taken for control.
History of Cancer
Condition in remission or not.
Conditions of the skin
Existence of offensive scarring, painful or excessive inflammation or decrease in healthy or normal function.
Difficulty in reading caused by transposition of letters or words.
When diagnosed by a physician or licensed clinical psychologist which substantially limits healthy or normal functions.
Alcoholism or Drug Addiction
Past impairment which substantially interfered with work activity.
Disability not indicated.