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Desk and chair set up with laptop on a laptop riser surrounded by various paperwork and noticeboards

I was recently asked to do a workstation assessment for some who is based in another city and who works from two different locations, one of which is a home office. Travelling from Christchurch to Wellington to assess this one person would have made the process ridiculously expensive, however having had recent experience with low ...

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A variety of small plants hanging on an office wall

Last week I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to present to everyone who attended the Canterbury Employers’ Chamber of Commerce Ten in Two networking event. Ten in Two gives five presenters each two minutes to present 10 slides about their business. And what a great opportunity it was, not only to let other Chamber ...

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Image of several pairs of reading glasses

I’ve just completed a Low Vision Rehabilitation post grad paper run through the Otago Occupational Therapy School, and it’s a been a real eye opener, if you’ll excuse the pun! Firstly, visual impairment is the fasting growing health issue in the world today – far higher than dementia. (Economic Impact and Cost of Low Vision ...

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A view out of a window overlooking a green landscape

If you spend time working on a computer, the chances are that your eyes could be working harder than they need to. If this sounds like you, then read on…  I have some tips on how you can take care of your vision. “But my eyesight’s fine…” Until something happens which radically affects it, I ...

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Painting by Norman Rockwell of a trade van stuck in the street whilst making deliveries

When giving a talk at a meeting of the Association of Administrative Professionals NZ earlier this week , I was reminded of the value of art, or to be more precise, the importance of having something interesting to look at; in essence, having a room with a view. Like so many groups in Christchurch post-quake, the AAPNZ have ...

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