Accessibility for Blind/Low Vision

Accessibility for Blind/Low Vision

People who are blind or have vision loss have a right to reasonable accommodations at work or in a work related environment and have right to other protections against discrimination. Employers who have fifteen or more employees must follow the ADA. The ADA requires companies to comply with nondiscrimination guidelines to provide and give access to effective communication. These include removing preventions to access effective communication and reasonable modifications to your employer’s business policies, like allowing the use of a service animal.

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