The Low Vision Skills: Putting It All Together course is composed of essential topics recommended for all participants who are new to low vision.
Adult clients of their state Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) are invited to participate in a six-session course geared towards learning about their changes in vision and practical ways to maximize successful, independent living skills in work and school environments. The course is divided into six lessons over three weeks: a 2.5-hour introductory lesson with a Low Vision Optometrist, Social Worker, and two Certified Low Vision Therapists, followed by five, 2.5-hour lessons which will include practical skills taught by the Certified Low Vision Therapists.
It is a comprehensive skills training distance course introducing participants to foundational low vision concepts, skills, and current technologies for maximizing successful, independent daily living skills. After the six-session course, participants can expect to feel more confident in using their vision and making changes in their environment for independent daily living skills. Thereafter, participants can be eligible for individualized Low Vision Therapy lessons.
The classes will be taught via Zoom Video Conferencing (preferred) or phone at the following dates and times (Pacific Standard Time):
Monday, March 29 and Wednesday, March 31 – 9:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Monday, April 5 and Wednesday, April 7 – 9:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Monday, April 12 and Wednesday, April 14 – 9:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Please RSVP by Monday, March 1 to coordinate authorization through your DOR counselor and to be able to receive class materials in time for the first class on Monday, March 29. To register please contact Debbie Bacon at 415-694-7357 or Low Vision Therapist, Gina di Grazia at firstname.lastname@example.org The class is limited to ten students.