The Blind Welfare Association will be working with government to create a policy that allows persons to remain employed if they become visually impaired.
This revelation was made by the association’s Executive Officer Kenneth Suratt as he spoke on 103.1FM’s Sargam this morning.
He believes that visual impairment does not stop persons from being able to contribute their skills.
Mr Suratt is also urging government to improve the inclusion of children with disabilities in schools.
Blind Welfare Association Executive Officer Kenneth Suratt