- A custodian with low vision in a public school setting was having difficulty viewing the carpeted area he was vacuuming. A lighting system was mounted on the custodian's industrial vacuum cleaner, and the custodian was provided a headlamp.
- A typist with low vision was having some difficulty distinguishing among certain character keys. She was provided with a glare guard for the computer monitor and large print keyboard labels, which significantly enhanced accuracy.
- An assistant for a disability program had complete loss of vision in one eye and low vision in the other. The assistant was having problems reading printed paper copies. A portable magnifier and a CCTV were used to magnify materials.
- An individual with no vision was placed in a switchboard operator position for a large service complex building. The person needed to be aware of what telephone lines were on hold, in use, or ringing. She was provided with a light sensor to assist in determining the console buttons that were lit, blinking, and/or steady. The telephone console was also modified to provide the employee with ring differentiation for external versus internal calls.
- A customer service representative for a financial institution lost his vision and could no longer read his computer screen. The employer provided screen reading software for his computer so that all information present on the screen and all information inputted into the system would be read back to him.