2006 Table of Disabilities
What is the Table of Disabilities?
The Table of Disabilities (TOD) is a legislated /statutory instrument used to assess the extent of a disability for the purposes of determining disability benefits. The Table considers the relative importance of a certain body part/system to assess the level of impairment and the impact that impairment has on the individual's quality of life.
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Table of Contents
- Ch 01 - Introduction and Instructions
- Ch 02 - Quality of Life
- Ch 03 - Partially Contributing Impairment
- Ch 04 - Paired Organs and Paired Limbs
- Ch 05 - Attendance Allowance
- Ch 06 - Clothing Allowance
- Ch 07 - Exceptional Incapacity Allowance
- Ch 08 - Visual Impairment
- Ch 09 - Hearing Loss and Ear Impairment
- Ch 10 - Nose, Throat and Sinus Impairment
- Ch 11 - Dental and Oral Impairment
- Ch 12 - Cardiorespiratory Impairment
- Ch 13 - Hypertension and Vascular Impairment
- Ch 14 - Gastrointestinal Impairment
- Ch 15 - Endocrine and Metabolic Impairment
- Ch 16 - Urinary, Sexual and Reproductive Impairment
- Ch 17 - Musculoskeletal Impairment
- Ch 18 - Malignant Impairment
- Ch 19 - Impairments in Activities of Daily Living
- Ch 20 - Neurological Impairment
- Ch 21 - Psychiatric Impairment
- Ch 22 - Skin Impairment
- Ch 23 - Hemopoietic Impairment
- Ch 24 - Tuberculosis
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