Tag: Vision Service

Rachel Pavone sitting across a table from a man using a braille labeler.

What’s on the Menu? Council’s Vision Services Offerings Continue to Grow

Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist Rachel Pavone working with a client on use of a braille labeler. Whether it’s during a home visit, at a job site, at our own office or in a virtual remote session, the Council’s Vision Services staff can help determine the impact of vision loss on an individual’s daily activities and… Continue Reading What’s on the Menu? Council’s Vision Services Offerings Continue to Grow

Photo of Vision Rehabilitation Therapist showing items in the new on-site classroom

On-Site Vision Rehab Now Available at the Council with the Opening of New Classroom

The Council recently expanded its menu of services with the opening of an on-site vision rehabilitation classroom at our Madison office. We are now able to provide vision rehabilitation therapy at our own location in addition to in clients’ homes. “Opening the classroom enables us to better serve clients for whom a home visit is… Continue Reading On-Site Vision Rehab Now Available at the Council with the Opening of New Classroom

A person using a white cane approaching stairs

Getting Around: O&M Training Provides the Skills for Safe, Independent Navigation

Learning to travel safely is an essential skill for people living with vision loss. This is especially true when traveling outdoors, even in a well-known environment such as one’s own neighborhood. And those skills are even more important when navigating unfamiliar territory. If you just received your first mobility cane, proper training is critical to… Continue Reading Getting Around: O&M Training Provides the Skills for Safe, Independent Navigation

Two people being greeted at the front desk of the Brown County Aging and Disability Resource Center

ADRCs Can Be a Key Lifeline for Older Adults Experiencing Vision Loss

Wisconsin’s Aging & Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) were created in 1998 expressly to support older adults, adults with disabilities, and high school students with disabilities who are transitioning out of school. The Council maintains a strong relationship with Wisconsin’s ADRC network, with lines of communication in place to ensure that older individuals experiencing vision loss… Continue Reading ADRCs Can Be a Key Lifeline for Older Adults Experiencing Vision Loss

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Rachel Pavone sitting across a table from a man using a braille labeler.

What’s on the Menu? Council’s Vision Services Offerings Continue to Grow

Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist Rachel Pavone working with a client on use of a braille labeler. Whether it’s during a home visit, at a job site, at our own office or in a virtual remote session, the Council’s Vision Services staff can help determine the impact of vision loss on an individual’s daily activities and… Continue Reading What’s on the Menu? Council’s Vision Services Offerings Continue to Grow

Photo of Vision Rehabilitation Therapist showing items in the new on-site classroom

On-Site Vision Rehab Now Available at the Council with the Opening of New Classroom

The Council recently expanded its menu of services with the opening of an on-site vision rehabilitation classroom at our Madison office. We are now able to provide vision rehabilitation therapy at our own location in addition to in clients’ homes. “Opening the classroom enables us to better serve clients for whom a home visit is… Continue Reading On-Site Vision Rehab Now Available at the Council with the Opening of New Classroom

A person using a white cane approaching stairs

Getting Around: O&M Training Provides the Skills for Safe, Independent Navigation

Learning to travel safely is an essential skill for people living with vision loss. This is especially true when traveling outdoors, even in a well-known environment such as one’s own neighborhood. And those skills are even more important when navigating unfamiliar territory. If you just received your first mobility cane, proper training is critical to… Continue Reading Getting Around: O&M Training Provides the Skills for Safe, Independent Navigation

Two people being greeted at the front desk of the Brown County Aging and Disability Resource Center

ADRCs Can Be a Key Lifeline for Older Adults Experiencing Vision Loss

Wisconsin’s Aging & Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) were created in 1998 expressly to support older adults, adults with disabilities, and high school students with disabilities who are transitioning out of school. The Council maintains a strong relationship with Wisconsin’s ADRC network, with lines of communication in place to ensure that older individuals experiencing vision loss… Continue Reading ADRCs Can Be a Key Lifeline for Older Adults Experiencing Vision Loss