Shifting from the military to civilian life can be disconcerting and perplexing, leaving you unsure of where to begin while traversing a new and foreign world. It’s challenging enough to make such a drastic shift from one way of life to another. Imagine performing it blindfolded, with one arm, or with a catastrophic brain injury that makes concentration impossible. Add to that the fact that you don’t have a supportive boss. Companies should follow their own advice and make it easier for servicemembers to adjust to civilian life by becoming good companies to work for veterans, especially those who are blind or crippled like me. Companies can begin by making their workplaces more inclusive of veterans and persons who are blind or disabled in general.