Adaptive Blind and Low Vision Skills for Everyday Living is a Course
Adaptive Blind and Low Vision Skills for Everyday Living
Started Feb 11, 2020
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.
- Recognize the importance of an Independent Living Assessment.
- Identify products, devices, strategies, and techniques that people who are blind or visually impaired commonly use.
- Identify resources for providing adaptive skills training for people with vision loss.
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