Blind/Visually Impaired Teacher
Services for students who are blind or visually impaired are designed to support students in their least restrictive environment. The services are customized to provide disability specific support within each student’s school program. Students are eligible for services from birth through 21 years and have a medically diagnosed visual impairment.
Services are designed to support student learning within the home, school or community. These services may include adaptations to the educational environment and learning materials in order to increase access for students who are blind or visually impaired. Services may also include direct instruction in skills related to blindness or visual impairment, such as: braille literacy, assistive technology, orientation and mobility, transition planning, independent living skills and self-determination.
Licensed Teachers for Students who are Blind/Visually ImpairedCertified Orientation and Mobility Specialist
For further information on improving visual access, see the following link: