MY DOCTOR HAS CLEARED ME TO RETURN TO WORK, BUT I CANNOT DO ALL OF MY DUTIES DUE TO MY MEDICAL CONDITION. CAN I WORK WITH RESTRICTIONS?

If you have restrictions, you must receive approval to return to work. Your doctor may be asked to complete a form that tells us what you can and cannot do. We will communicate with your supervisor to determine whether you can perform your duties with your restrictions.

If your restrictions are permanent, you may be asked to work with your doctor to complete reasonable accommodation forms. These forms provide information to help us determine whether we can make changes to the way the job is normally done, that will allow you to work.

Occasionally, restrictions cannot be accommodated. We will work with you to determine whether you are qualified for another job, or if you may need to separate from AACPS.

I HAVE WORK RESTRICTIONS. WHAT PROCEDURE SHOULD I FOLLOW?

Your doctor must complete one of the appropriate forms on this page.  You must submit the form before you return to work. Your supervisor will assist in reviewing it, and you will be informed whether your restrictions can be accommodated at your work location. You may not return before you receive authorization from your supervisor and/or the IDLM office.