2006 Table of Disabilities

Introduction

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.

Table of Contents

Additional Information

The old Table of Disabilities affects decisions prior to April 1, 2006.
Table of Disabilities (1995 edition)

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