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Visual Impairment Assessment

There are a variety of tools available to help employees overcome workplace barriers involving a visual impairment. Our specialist assessor will spend time with individuals one-on-one to work out the best course of action for them.

What is a visual impairment assessment?

A visual impairment assessment is when a specialist visits an employee at their workstation to find out about how their condition affects their work, and what can be done to make things easier. This could involve a combination of solutions - including different equipment, software, or changes to the environment.

The assessor will draw up a full report based on the assessment, which will include specific recommendations for products and reasonable adjustments.

Who is a visual impairment assessment for?

Anybody with a visual impairment who feels they need support in the workplace to overcome barriers.

What are the benefits of booking a visual impairment assessment?
  • Get to the root of what the individual needs
  • Find tailored solutions that are more likely to be effective
  • Don’t waste money on tools that are unsuitable for the individual
  • Enable employees to perform better in their roles
  • Remove productivity blocks
  • Let employees know they are valued
  • Comply with your legal obligations
  • Foster an equal, diverse, supportive workforce