If you are looking for a career that makes a difference in people's lives, you should consider a career in blindness and low vision rehabilitation. Did you know that our graduates have four to five job opportunities across the United States?
To learn more about these programs, view the video below and select the link to the left associated with the program in which you are interested.
Vision Rehabilitation Therapy
Vision rehabilitation therapists offer adults who are blind or visually impaired information the specialized methods or adaptive techniques for communication and coping with the demands of daily living.
This Program prepares graduates to provide a full range of vocational rehabilitation counseling services to individuals with cognitive, physical, psychiatric, and sensory disabilities.
Teacher of Children with Visual Impairments and/or Orientation and Mobility for Children
The focus in this program is on the specific skills required for helping children with visual impairments to learn to lead full and productive lives.
Orientation and Mobility for Working-Age Adults
Orientation and mobility is an exciting discipline in low vision and blind rehabilitation that teaches people to travel safely, efficiently and independently in their environment.