Is Alopecia A Disability Reddit
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) legally defines a disability as a physical or mental impairment that limits a person's ability to participate in common life activities, such as.
Alopecia in adults is very common and is not a disability. In kids, it can be 100% baldness which is especially tough at a young age. As usual, it is all about poor Jada, who can grow hair on.
i know this sub is like above unironically caring about current events but is anyone else getting anxiety about our impending economic crisis?
Delta (s) from OP. Alopecia is a medical condition but it is not a disability. A disability in my view is a condition or set of symptoms that limits how someone physically moves around in the.