Jason created a mock up of what he sees when driving.
|What normal people see|
|What Jason sees |
Pretty obvious why he has a restricted driver's licence
Sadly, my husband was told his only option was to work at Campbell in his office. The reason given was that "the University doesn't want to set the precedent of employees working from home." This was very discouraging to us as we hoped a Christian University that states "faith, learning and service excel here" would have more compassion for a visually impaired employee. We submitted a second letter asking them to reconsider letting Jason work from home as an ADA (Americans with Disability Act) accommodation. He has all the resources needed to work from home and it would not cause the University undue hardship. He was denied again, but given a flexible work schedule in terms of his arrival and leaving times.
We ask all our friends and family to join us as we continue to pray that a opportunity would open for Jason to work from home. He loves his job and is a hard worker. We have a beautiful daughter who loves her Daddy. We hope that Campbell will have a change of heart and show compassion for their employee who has shown nothing but dedication and professionalism in his five years of employment.