Skip To Content
Adaptive Skills & Techniques for Older Person with Visual Impairment is a Course

Adaptive Skills & Techniques for Older Person with Visual Impairment

Started Feb 11, 2020
2.0 credits

Enroll

Full course description

Adaptive skills are strategies that can be used to help persons who are blind or vision impaired complete tasks using alternative means. Service providers in the field of blindness and low vision will discover practical strategies for dealing with everyday tasks. Topics covered include using appliances, labeling, eating, pouring liquids, caring for personal hygiene, and much more.

This course is available for CRC, ACVREP, and NBPCB credit.

The following are supported screen reader and browser combinations for this course:

  • Macintosh: VoiceOver (latest version for Safari)
  • PC: JAWS and NVDA (latest version for Firefox)

Internet Explorer is not supported.

The course shows a start date, but that is simply the date the course was made available to the public. They are self-paced. So, there is not an end date. You can enroll at any time. 

This course was developed by the National Research & Training Center on Blindness & Low Vision (NRTC) at Mississippi State University. We are the only national center funded to conduct research related to employment for people with blindness or low vision, and training and technical assistance for the federal Older Individuals who are Blind program. As a national center of excellence, we offer resources on a variety of topics for service providers, businesses, and persons with vision loss on our websites: 

NRTC logo and Mississippi State logo 

NTAC Website