Physiological Impairment and Function Disability

Impairment is defined as the abnormalities in the physiological, psychological in the anatomical structure and function.

Disability is the lack of ability to perform the function in a normal way as a healthy individual. It results from impairment.

Though Physiological Impairment and Function Disability can be explained as different cases, in older people there is a relationship between physiological impairment and function disability.


  • Track 1-1 Models of disability
  • Track 2-2 Epistemic and moral authority
  • Track 3-3 Role in bioethics and public policy
  • Track 4-4 Limitations in their routine life

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