Other disabilities that make it difficult to read

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People with other physical disabilities that make it difficult to read print

As well as sensory reading limitations such as blindness, there are also other physiological limitations that can cause difficulty in reading printed materials, such as trembling hands, difficulty or inability to move the hands and the like.

The range of physical limitations that exists is extremely wide, and includes different types of muscular dystrophy diseases such as A.L.S., different types of injury to the limbs due to accident, war or other causes, and limitations as a result of congenital neurological damage, accident or other causes.