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Sight Loss Needn’t Mean Job Loss

Visualise Founder Daniel Williams looks at how, with reasonable adjustments, assistive technology and support, employees with visual impairment can continue to enjoy fulfilling and productive working lives.
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Are supermarkets turning a blind eye to customers with visual impairments?

The COVID-19 pandemic has definitely been a real eye-opener for me where website accessibility and food shopping are concerned. As I’m self-Isolating and with my cupboards becoming bare, I, like countless others, have turned to the web to do some online food shopping. This should be pretty straightforward I hear you say, just click and...
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Supporting Employees with Visual Impairments

This article focuses on employees with visual impairments and how organisations can support them to maximise their potential.
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Coming Out Blind

Come out blind. Begin to live again: with freedom, independence and laughing at real humour, not just at yourself
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Guide Dog Passengers Can’t Hitch a Ride!

So, I arrive home after a busy week working away, need a taxi to get home but as usual it’s not as simple as you may think when you have a guide dog… I order an Uber, then send them a message saying I have a guide dog, they then decide to cancel the fare...
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Visual Impairment Workplace Risk Assessment

For blind and partially sighted people at work, a risk assessment can make a difference in your approach to work and job satisfaction. It isn’t always essential, and you may not necessarily need any adjustments in your place of work. However, health and safety professionals, risk assessors and employers may be keen to avoid difficulties,...
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