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Seeing Beyond Vision

Independence with Vision Rehabilitation Services


Services for the vision impaired.

  • Comprehensive Low-Vision Evaluations
  • Daily Living Skills Training’
  • Orientation and Mobility Training
  • Access Technology Training
  • Job Readiness
  • Personal Adjustment Counseling
  • Transition Academy
  • Project Independence


Resources for Vision Loss.

  • Common Conditions that Affect Your Vision
  • Vision Rehabilitation
  • Other Helpful Vision Loss Organizations
  • Support Groups
  • Large Print Books
  • Radio & Podcasts
  • Inspiring Stories

Donate & Volunteer

Help blind/low-vision members of the community live vibrant independent lives.

  • Make a wish come true
  • Participate in a Fundraising Event
  • Sponsor an Event
  • Volunteers always welcome!
  • Your donation is tax deductible 501(c)(3)

Your Resource for Vision Rehabilitation Services

Vision Loss

Losing your eyesight is one of the most frightening and emotionally devastating things that can happen to us. But a diagnosis of low vision or legal blindness doesn’t have to be the end of the road. It’s just a new beginning of seeing and doing things differently. With Vision Rehabilitation Services, you can learn new techniques and strategies to live a vibrant independent life.

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VRS Can Help

When you or a family member is dealing with blindness or vision impairment that cannot be corrected with contact lenses or eyeglasses, where do you turn for help?

The answer is Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia (VRS)VRS provides many vision rehabilitation services and practical tools to help our clients in school, work, and everyday life.

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You can break a hip or have a heart attack and rehabilitation is offered; but if you lose your vision, insurance does NOT cover vision rehabilitation! That’s just crazy

So we offer various vision rehabilitation services to assist individuals, of all ages, who are blind or visually impaired so they may function independently in all of their environments.

Our certified instructors build a custom plan of training and skills based on the needs of each individual client. This plan may include:

Conducted by an optometrist trained in the field of low vision. Review medical/vision history, evaluate functionality of vision, and determine the need for tools and any other services.

To live and work as independently as possible, Vision Rehabilitation Therapists help identify your instructional needs and provide training in the various tools and strategies. 

Evaluate your daily travel needs and challenges. Explore tools and strategies to meet those daily needs.

Allows those with vision loss to be productive and efficient by using the most current technologies.

Identify potential work opportunities, to explore various tools and strategies needed for the job, while helping to learn how to discuss one’s vision impairment with a potential employer.

Helps you and your loved ones cope with vision loss challenges. Develop new tools and techniques so that you are feeling more in control.

Our guidance, rehabilitation, and career services help young adults (age 14-24) successfully transition FROM home and high school TO the next phase of their lives in College or Work.

Georgia Vision Program for adults 55 and older. Provides services that can help you remain independent.

Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia Practical Tools for low vision independent living

Practical Tools

VRS advises how to obtain practical tools that will help you carry out your daily activities at home and in the community, and for you to be successful in school and at work.

  • Magnifier Reading Devices
  • Glare Control
  • Bump Dots
  • Writing Guides
  • Canes
  • and other Adaptive Equipment
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How You Can Help

There are many ways you can help blind/low-vision members of the community live vibrant independent lives.

  • Volunteers always welcome!
  • Participate in fundraising event(s)
  • Sponsor event(s)
  • Make a wish come true
  • Make a donation – donations are tax deductible 501(c)(3)

We rely on donations from kind people like yourself. There are times when VRS does not have a funding source to meet the needs of a client’s request. Direct donations, Fundraising events, and sponsorships help VRS cover gaps in funding.  

We can always use your dollars, but equally important is your TIME, your INTEREST, your DESIRE to participate in our efforts to help individuals, of all ages, Live Active & Independent Lives through Vision Rehabilitation Services.
Keith Testimonial for VRS Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia
“VRS helped me adjust emotionally to my vision impairment. They also taught me important life skills, including how to regain my mobility, prepare for a job, and live independently.”
Keith Testimonial for VRS Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia
Zoe Testimonial for VRS Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia with Heidi
Vision impairment doesn’t define Zoe. “It’s not who I am,” she reflected. “I know I have the power to make good things happen. And VRS helped me get started on my way.”
Zoe Testimonial for VRS Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia