How do you write your strengths and weaknesses?

How do you write your strengths and weaknesses?

Examples: How to answer what are your weaknesses?#1) I tend to be overly critical of myself. #2) I am incredibly introverted, which makes me wary of sharing my ideas in a group setting or speaking up during team meetings. #3) I tend to want to take on complete projects all on my own without any outside help.

What is considered functional impairment?

Functional impairment refers to limitations due to the illness, as people with a disease may not carry out certain functions in their daily lives.

What is a functional loss?

“Functional loss” refers to the inability to perform the normal working movements of the body with normal excursion, strength, speed, coordination, and endurance. Pain alone is not a functional loss, but pain may cause weakness, lack of strength, incoordination, or loss of endurance.

What percent disability is a knee?

The most common rating VA assigns for limitation of flexion of the knee is 10 percent, although the highest rating a Veteran can receive is 30 percent. This low evaluation speaks to how VA rates knee conditions.

Can I get disability for knee pain?

Because most knee injuries are short-lived, very few people with knee pain will win an SSDI award. However, for those people with more long-term knee problems, a disability award is possible.

Is a total knee replacement considered a disability?

Knee surgery results in disability if you suffer from chronic pain and you need two canes or walker to walk. The SSA applies 1.02A of the musculoskeletal listings to determine if you have disability from knee replacement surgery.