These tips focus on how to work with a person who wants to come back to work.
These tips will help you accommodate disabled employees and welcome them back to work.
If the employer isn't prepared to accommodate a disabled employee in their business, they might not have the tools in place necessary to welcome and accommodate the disabled employee when such an illness occurs.
As an accommodations specialist at Assurant Employee Benefits, a small to midsize business employee benefits expert, I've created some tips for working with employees who have disabling illnesses or injuries.
As we age however, most commonly in our early to mid 40s, the eye loses its flexibility and can no longer easily accommodate those changes in our focus.
To imitate the action of the young natural lens, the accommodating IOLs are able to move and/or change shape inside the eye to allow focus at multiple distances.
Employers are encouraged to contact JAN to discuss specific situations in more detail.
Although they might still prefer to wear glasses for prolonged reading, the vast majority of accommodating IOL patients experience freedom from glasses for tasks such as driving, watching TV, using their cell phone and computer, looking at photos, reading magazines, price tags, product labels, receipts, and menus.
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With today’s advanced lens procedures, patients now have a choice in the type of lens that is implanted during cataract or clear lens extraction surgery.
Unlike conventional “single vision” intraocular lenses (IOLs), accommodating IOLs are lens implants that are designed to help patients see at varying distances using different points of focus.