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Blind Sided

19 minutes

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A training video developed for employers' diversity and inclusion programs. The video addresses blind stereotypes and myths, inclusion in the workplace, and suggestions for quality customer service to customers who are blind or have low vision. With a light and sometimes humorous approach to encourage viewer engagement, this video can be used for employee education, general blind awareness, or inclusion practices.

Media Details

Runtime: 19 minutes

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Viewer Comments

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    Stephen H. (Clearwater, FL)
    April 22nd, 2020 at 08:16 AM

    This video is an excellent depiction of how real people with vision loss navigate a highly urbanized environment. Both of the main characters use O&M skills and a dog guide in a wide variety of scenarios. Many school students do not see this type of video in their schools. Thank you for allowing me to share this material with the appropriate audience.