Self-acceptance has been identified as a key element in successful rehabilitation of physically disabled adults. This study sought to identify factors that contributed to self-acceptance. Four factors were investigated as predictors of self-acceptance. Using the multiple regression statistics, the study found that knowledge of disability and perceived physical ability comprised a significant portion of the variance of self-acceptance. The Spearman Rank Correlation Coefficent Analysis indicated that both factors have a significant correlation to self-acceptance. The other factors, interpersonal support and self-care, did not form a significant portion of the variance in self-acceptance. They also did not have a significant correlation with self-acceptance.