Focus on Employment

Seminars@Hadley focuses on all aspects of employment

Why can't blindness or visual impairment (BVI) be considered an asset to employment?
How does a prospective BVI employee approach the topic of visual impairment in a job interview?
What is "reasonable accommodation?" How does an applicant best discuss his or her needs in an interview?


Chuck Young, president of Hadley, has 30 years experience assisting the so-called "disabled" find employment, including individuals who are homeless, alcohol and drug dependent and those with cognitive disabilities.

Gil Johnson, American Foundation for the Blind's Western Regional Director, has studied the BVI issue and employment from the position of counselor, administrator and trainer.

Mike Bullis, of the Blind Industries & Services of Maryland, has been a student of this topic his entire life. He gained experience from being a BVI consumer himself and went on to manage an

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