Before you work on what you want to do, it is really important to figure out what you can do. Use your strengths as support for more challenging tasks.
For my dear client in the photo above, who I thank for agreeing to be photographed, I want to mention two things. First, she is really good at expressing her feelings so we bring her emotions into movement expression which helps to vary the efforts in which she does her various exercises. Second, due to a stroke her left hand does not grasp the bar, but with support of the elbow, she can reach for it while the right pulls. This I have noticed creates less rigidity in the shoulder then if she tries to get her hand on the bar.