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Blind - One Eye

Individuals who are blind in one eye, but have normal vision in the other eye can do many types of tasks without accommodation or adaptation.  However, they may have difficulty with tasks requiring depth perception and with tasks that require monitoring equipment or people on opposite sides of a room, or in situations where movement of the head is restricted, because they will have a limited field of vision on the affected side.

Solutions:

Disability awareness/etiquette trainings are designed to enhance employees’ awareness on the different ways that individuals with disabilities communicate, move about, tolerate changes and interactions, and view the world around them. This can help increase employees’ sense of confidence and tolerance when interacting with their coworkers who have disabilities. For more information on disability etiquette, please see JAN's A to Z: Disability Etiquette.

Vendors and Products

Campaign for Disability Employment
Diversifi Consulting Group, LLC
Institute on Employment and Disability
Life Quest Training & Consulting, LLC
Mental Health Channel, LLC
National Organization on Disability
Rocky Mountain ADA Center
Virginia Commonwealth University WorkSupport