Thanks Tony for the topic. I'm with Effiya on the "how to present your limitations/ situation". In the other threads on this topic, I recall reading where people go in for an interview, and tell of your AN. ANd that employer's seem to be empathetic at the time, but either don't hire you or let you go shortly after starting the job due to the limitations. I'm wondering is it better to be upfront at the interview, Or wait unti your've been offered the job, then go in and explain your limitations after accepting the job but before starting it. I think an upfront disclosure could prevent some job offers. But once you have sold yourself and you are hired, would this be the time??
Luckily what I do I do not have to interview with employers, but with clients. The few real estate transaction I have done wince surgery, I have during the interview, after I think I've got 'em, I explain my situation, I offer a discount on the commission in trade for a little more limited service. I haven't gone out on too many interviews yet, but feel this is a good approach. The few buyers I have dealt with, I have thanked them for working with the disabled.