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151. Clean Room Gloves

Sanitary gloves used to maintain a standard of hygine in homes and commercial buildings.



152. Clean Room Mats

Sterile non-slip mats for rooms that require certain high hygenic standards.



153. Clean Room Stools

Stools that are easily cleaned to preserve sterile and hygienic conditions for individuals concerned with contamination.



154. Cleaning Tools

Hygenic products used for cleaning and sterilization of dirty areas.



155. Clear Face Masks

156. Closed Circuit TV (CCTV)

A CCTV system (sometimes referred to as an electronic or video magnifier) uses a video camera to project a magnified image onto a video monitor, computer monitor, or TV screen. Portable devices are available. Depending on the product, there may be a variety of options for viewing the image on the screen. Examples include: adjusting Zoom up to 60 times the original size; reversing the color contrast; selecting whether to view the image in color or black & white, and/or accessing split-screen technology. For CCTV devices that offer split screen technology, one half of the computer monitor would display the magnified image (e.g., hand-written correspondence) from the CCTV and the other half of the monitor would display whatever program the individual is using on their computer (e.g., desktop, word-processing program, etc.).

Why use a CCTV as a job accommodation? A CCTV may be an option to consider if a person with a vision impairment benefits from seeing an object magnified but may need something more powerful than a typical hand or stand magnifier. With a CCTV, an individual can view not only printed text but also handwriting, photographs, and even a medicine bottle if need be. The CCTV user is also able to view a form while filling it out or handwriting a memo or check.

For further information on job accommodations, please see Work-Site Accommodation Ideas for Individuals with Vision Impairments: http://AskJAN.org/media/Sight.html

 



157. Closed Circuit TV (CCTV) with Distance Viewing

158. Closets

Accessible closets and custom hanging racks for clothes.



159. Cochlear - Telephone Solutions

There are a number of telephone access solutions for individuals using cochlear implant and t-coil technology. Landline, portable, and cellular telephones can be accessed using a cochlear implant. The level of success one will have in communicating over the telephone will take practice and finding the right equipment. Technology is not a one-size-fits-all solution so when shopping for a phone, landline or celluar, try the equipment before you buy or make sure the product can be returned before you purchase it.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has mandated that phone manufacturers make a certain percentage of their cellular phones compatible with hearing devices. There a number of implant-compatible cellular phones and a variety of compatible accessories for hands-free cell phone use. Visit your local wireless provider to learn more about available products. The following resources sell products (cochlear cables, neckloops, headsets, adaptors, etc.) that can be used to access a telephone with a cochlear implant. Contact the resources to learn more about their products and services.



160. Cochlear FM Receiver

A radio-frequency receiver for cochlear implants.




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