In the past, the choice of careers for blind and visually impaired people was still very limited, but with today's advances in modern technology, many doors are open. In the meantime, more and more blind people are working in offices as clerks, administrators, IT specialists or as customer service representative in a call center. Others have successfully completed their studies and work as psychologists, lawyers or teachers. There are numerous practical examples showing that visual impairment or blindness at work can be largely compensated for with the right technology.
Which technical aids are suitable for blind or partially sighted employees depends on the respective requirements of their workplace, their personal preferences and the degree of their disability. Depending on the area of application, there are specialized Braille products, speach output and suitable enlargements. Visual impairments can be very different and always represent an individual case. Sometimes the disability only occurs in the course of a working life and then in many cases initially remains undetected.
Equipping a workplace in a way that is suitable for people with disabilities is an individual task that requires a great deal of experience.
We offer high-quality products that can be flexibly adapted to changing circumstances.