The main problem that causes these individuals to be left out of the talent pool is that human resources can lose touch and fail to recruit individuals based on their skills, capabilities, and personalities. The article will show what these individuals are good at and what jobs suit visually impaired people.
A new academic year is set to begin after a wonderful vacation. Yes! Back-to-school season is approaching for all students. Although vision impairments may not limit all activity, they might lead to a certain amount of loss of independence, especially for low vision students who prefer a meaningful school life. Many things may still be done if your kid is experiencing vision loss or the likelihood of becoming blind.
Thousands of people with visual impairment have benefited from electronic low vision products by being able to independently view loved ones, read books, work, and study. If you have eye problems, do not hesitate to ask an oculist for suggestions, or a relevant community and organization in your area.
Summer has officially arrived. Over 90% of the world's population lives in the northern hemisphere, which means more people having fun in the sun. However, engaging in joyful outdoor activities and spending too much time in the sun might be harmful to your eyes. Today let us focus on eye health in the summer.
Socialization is defined as the process by which individuals learn knowledge, skills, attitudes, values, and behaviors, which allows individuals to participate as members of the society they live in. This article will highlight the benefits of socialization for visual impairments, with some suggestions on how to promote socialization for visually impaired or legally blind people.