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Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad and Tobago hopeful that differently-abled persons will not be ruled out.

Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad and Tobago hopeful that differently-abled persons will not be ruled out.

Amid concerns of job cuts, the Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad and Tobago is hoping that employers will not rule out integrating persons who are differently abled as they can still contribute to the workforce.

Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad and Tobago President, Kenneth Suratt

Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad and Tobago President, Kenneth Suratt

BWATT President, Kenneth Suratt, in a News Power Now interview this afternoon said there are people who are visually challenged but are qualified to function in different areas.

Mr. Suratt insisted that such individuals should not be sidelined because of their circumstances.

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Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad and Tobago President, Kenneth Suratt.

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