For Business

The Commission for the Blind offers businesses a variety of free services, including:

Worksite Analysis / Worksite Accommodations Assessment

Our professional consultants are available to review and adapt worksites to optimize them for use by employees who are blind or low vision. In most cases, our staff can find a solution to any barrier presented at a worksite to assist Oregonians with vision loss in gaining/retaining employment and ensuring that our employers are equipped with qualified employees who have the tools they need to be productive on the job.

Employee Recruitment

We connect businesses with qualified applicants and we connect our clients with exceptional businesses throughout Oregon.  We are always looking for new businesses who would like to work with us to ensure qualified Oregonians with vision loss are able to acquire and retain employment.  We provide paid interns at no cost to employers.  We also cover all workers' compensation insurance while our participants are in a Work Experience.  If you would like to become a part of our network of exemplary businesses seeking to employ Oregonians with vision loss, please contact us.

Adaptive Technology Training

Today’s technology is the great equalizer. Our fully equipped Technology Center will assist you and your employees who are visually impaired with a training program tailored to your specific needs. All of our equipment is state-of-the-art. We provide employees with all the necessary adaptive training and counseling, and we adjust the technology to fit each company’s operating platform.

Our goal is to keep Oregonians who are visually impaired as a viable part of our workforce. Our training programs have helped place employees in a variety of fields and positions, including:
 
  • Attorney
  • Transcriptionist
  • Social Worker
  • Teacher
  • Administration
  • Computer Programmer
  • Forensic Scientist
  • Project Manager
  • Website Developer
  • Health Care Worker
 
 
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