There’s nothing more frustrating than encountering an inaccessible self-service device at stores and restaurants. You go to check-out and discover the self-service screen has no accessibility in place. Unfortunately, blind and visually impaired people face these obstacles regularly.
If you report to an actual office building, you’ll need to think about the specific technology you’ll use to perform the tasks associated with your position. Perhaps you discussed the assistive technology for the blind you use during your interview. Here are some softwares and...
As the country continues to practice social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, more doctors are moving toward telemedicine and remote appointments when possible. Those with a vision impairment are no exception and should know how to prepare for these virtual visits.
Finding employment in Nebraska can be a stressful process for anyone. Once you move past the initial application stage, you might be invited for an interview. If you’re blind or visually impaired, you could have several valid questions about this next step–and rightly so.