A Workforce for All

With the expansion of science and technology, the need for highly skilled workers has grown drastically over the years. To provide a sustainable supply of employees for an ever-changing economy, organizations must empower individuals with disabilities to become part of the solution in fulfilling the need for skilled workers.

This not only includes hiring individuals with disabilities, but also becoming an organization that's inclusive and accessible for those individuals. In short, a workforce for all people of all abilities.

We're Here to Help

Becoming an accessible business has its challenges, but with the right tools and resources, the transition is easier than you might think. We are experts in the field of employment for people with visual impairments.

You can trust the William L. Hudson BVI Innovation Center and the organizations behind it – Envision and LCI – with your brand and reputation. And we'll be there to guide you and connect you to the right resources as you focus on becoming more accessible.

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Assess Your Facility

Our Lead Accessibility Scientist from the Envision Research Institute is available to lend expert and scientifically-backed evaluations of your company's work settings, determining the level of accessibility that exists internally for employees who are blind or visually impaired. We will also evaluate your use of and effectiveness with assistive technology products. This partnership will provide the answers you need to choose the right tools for any applicant with vision loss who walks through your door.

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Assess Your Website

Organizations have a responsibility to create and sustain an accessible website experience for their consumers—yet many are lagging behind. The overwhelming majority of websites that exist today don't meet basic accessibility standards. With the number of consumers with disabilities growing rapidly, is your organization prepared to cater to this growing online audience? We can help you identify opportunities to make your website more accessible, recommend solutions and connect you with partners who can help.

Interested in Learning More?

If you're considering making your business or your website more accessible, we'd love to talk you through the process.

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