Assistive Technology

Many patients can continue to read, enjoy needle point, crocheting, or other activities that would be challenging for those with low vision without tools specifically designed to help patients overcome their visual impairments. Post-acute care staff members learn to help patients use Closed Circuit televisions (CCTVs), lighted magnifiers, screen reading software, and a variety of …

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Orientation and Mobility

The process by which those with low vision learn how to navigate in their environment using their remaining senses. Certified Orientation & Mobility Specialists train post-acute care staff at seminars and quarterly follow-up sessions. They provide continued support via email and phone calls as well.  

Ongoing Support

Our clients in the post-acute care community have access to continued support from low vision professionals for training, professional development and educational resources to better inform staff about the impact of low vision conditions on their patients.