Working Life Personal Stories
With some assistance and adjustments, most people who develop vision loss are able to remain in the workforce or to learn skills to take one jobs. Read the personal stories in this section to find out how others are continuing to work.
- Dealing with Workplace Bullying When You Are Visually Impaired
by Priscilla Rogers on 10/19/2016
- New Job Search and Interviewing Techniques for Visually Impaired Job Seekers
by Neva Fairchild on 10/18/2016
- Getting Selected for the 2016 Amtrak Writers in Residency Program
by Max Ivey on 7/17/2016
- Resources for Job Seekers Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired and Over Age 50
by Shannon Carollo on 3/30/2016
- The Scent of Small Business Success for Owners Who Are Visually Impaired
by Priscilla Rogers on 3/11/2016
- Brian: Paying It Forward and Giving Back
Brian was 35 when he began losing his vision. It came on suddenly: first in one eye, then moving quickly to the other. At the time, Brian worked as a land surveyor. He was doing well and providing for his family. When he lost his vision, he lost his job too. But Brian refused to give up.