Vision Impairment and want to be a Social Worker?

I have a Bachelors degree and am consodering goijg for my Masters in Social Work. I have seen first hand the good that social workers can do for people and I want to do the same! However, despite having usbale sight, I am severely nearsighted therefore I can't drive. Are there job opportunies within social work that don't require social work?


Think about being a hospital social worker. These individuals normally have an office inside the hospital, and visit with patients and family in the patient's room... usually as part of the discharge process. These SWs help put patients who need special equipment and community services in touch with those services, and help the patients navigate (and sometimes provide shortcuts for) the paperwork/application process. They also inform the patients about the community services that are available, which many people don't know about.