If work from home is allowed for your line of work and within your company, then yes, I would think allowing more liberal WFH would be considered a perfectly reasonable accommodation for you to have given your disability.
The general questions are:
1.) Does it cost the company money for this accommodation and if so is it what an average person would consider to be a reasonable cost given the company's income? I'd guess the cost of WFH is either non-existent or at most negligible (perhaps a bit of bandwidth for your remote connection).
2.) Doe this accommodation enable you to be more productive and perform your duties as required? That'd be a yes. Unless your job requires you to be in the office for facetime with customers, or something else that requires a presence on a day-to-day basis.
Other examples of reasonable accommodations are enabling flexible working hours, additional time for doctors appointments, enabling late arrivals, enabling part time working hours while you recover, a temporary change of duties that provide you with closer access to the bathroom.
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