At what point should you consult with VABVI about vision loss? As soon as you discover you are having challenges doing what you’ve always loved to do. Experiencing a visual impairment does not mean that you have to give up your employment, hobbies or interests. It just means doing things a little differently. Certified instructors will help you understand how you can compensate for vision loss. Whether you are just developing a visual impairment or have had one for many years, VABVI is here to help you! Services take place in the client’s home, at a central training site, or in a group setting at 11 different locations throughout Vermont. We have a variety of funding sources, so that for most of our adult clients, the services are free.
How Can We Help?
- Vision Rehabilitation Therapy
- Low Vision Services
- Orientation and Mobility
- Adaptive Equipment and Technology
- Peer Assisted Learning and Support
- Other Services
- How to Make a Referral
- A Former Client Discusses Impact of our Services
Information on Visual Impairments and Blindness