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Setting up Office Space for a Visually Impaired Employee
Two computer monitors sit on a desk with a coffee mug, mouse, pen and keyboard in front of them.This article highlights some simple adaptions that can be made to an office space to allow a visually impaired staff member to effectively manage their workload. Including items such as Braille labellers, PDAs and text-to-speech readers, the detailed guide will help anyone in the position of needing assistive technology because of a visual impairment.
 
It’s important to note that different items may be needed for different jobs and the preferences of the employee.
 
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