Does The Healing Of Leg Fractures Resulting In Limited Activity Including Disability?
Greetings doctor, I want to ask about my physical condition, in 2000 I had a motorcycle accident and resulted in broken leg bones in the thighs and calves, after recovering I could not run jumping and other things related to physical activity involving my foot, foot condition My right is shorter by 3cm, then I often encounter problems when applying for a job there are people with disabilities I am confused whether I belong to the normal or disability category, same thing when I joined CPNS, please explain the doctor, thank you in advance.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Based on the World Health Organization or WHO, disabilias is a condition when a person experiences a disorder, limited activities and barriers to participating in social and various other daily activities. The disorder itself is a problem in certain bodily functions or structures and the limitations of its activities based on activities that it could have done easily.
While according to Law No. 8 of 2016 concerning persons with disabilities, in conclusion, what is called a person with a disability is anyone who experiences limitations in terms of physical, intellectual, mental and sensory aspects that occur over a long period of time, as well as making it obstructed as well as having difficulty participating full as citizens.
In your case, you are clearly not normal because normal people should be able to do running and jumping. However, whether the abnormality is included in disability or not, we feel the need to be returned to the institution that holds the admission. Our point is, if you can continue to run normally, or your job requires you to have a majority of seats in a day, you may not be considered a person with a disability.
So the conclusion, if the choice is normal or disability based on theory, then you are more likely to enter the disability, because there is indeed a function that is disturbed and you cannot do what normal people can do. However, if this determination relates to applying for work or an official registration of a particular institution, we think you need to specifically ask with the admission section, whether you are included in the disability criteria they mean or not. So, hopefully answering your question.