For what kind of disabilities does the AgrAbility Program provide services?

Farmers, ranchers, their family members and agricultural workers, including seasonal and migrant farm workers are eligible to receive AgrAbility services. In addition those engaged in agricultural-related occupations, forestry, fishing, and lawn care will find many of the resources available through AgrAbility applicable to their workplaces.

AgrAbility has served individuals with a wide range of disability types including physical, cognitive, or illness-related, and AgrAbility resources are available that address the needs of individuals with:

• Amputations

• Arthritis

• Back pain

• Blindness or low vision

• Cancer

• Cardiac conditions

• Cerebral palsy

• Deafness or hearing impairments

• Diabetes

• Mental retardation

• Multiple sclerosis

• Muscular dystrophy

• Post-polio syndrome

• Respiratory problems

• Spinal cord injuries

• Stroke

• Traumatic brain injury

AgrAbility is not capable of providing comprehensive assistance for all disability-types but is often able to refer individuals to better equipped sources of information and assistance.