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Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia Personal Adjustment Counseling

Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia (VRS) is dedicated to assisting individuals, of all ages, who are blind or visually impaired so they may function independently in all of their environments. 

VRS provides numerous Services, Programspractical Tools and proven Techniques to help our clients in school, work, and life.

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Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia Comprehensive Low Vision Evaluation

The first step is getting an evaluation. The Comprehensive Low Vision Evaluation is conducted by a Low Vision Specialist, an optometrist who is trained in the field of low vision. After a thorough review of the client’s medical and vision histories, the Low Vision Specialist conducts an evaluation of the functionality of the client’s vision.

Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia Low Vision Help Independent Living Skills Training

Learn new skills and alternative techniques to help maintain independence. Vision Rehabilitation Therapists help clients identify their instructional needs and provide training in the various tools and strategies.

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Changes in vision often means having to rethink the way one travels within the home and their community. An Orientation and Mobility (O&M) instructor guides the clients in evaluating their travel needs, challenges, and exploring appropriate tools and strategies to meet these needs.

Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia Low Vision Acess Technology Training

Access technology training allows those with vision loss to be productive and efficient by using the most current technologies. Small group or 1:1 training is available to help clients learn to use technologies and their accessibility features and begin to incorporate their use into their daily work and educational lives.

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Job-Readiness classes help prepare individuals for meaningful careers. Whether you are entering the world of work for the first time, or considering how to re-enter the workplace after suffering a visual impairment, it is a must to acquire the skills and tools necessary to perform any job.

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Being a teenager can be challenging. Living with vision loss can be difficult. Put the two together, and life can be frightening & overwhelming. At VRS, we understand the worries of young adults who have vision loss (AND the concerns of their parents).

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.

Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia Personal Adjustment Counseling

Adjusting to vision loss can be challenging. Like any other major life event, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed and to experience depression, stress, anxiety, and grief.

You are not alone. Personal Adjustment Counseling can be very empowering, because you develop new tools and techniques so that you are feeling more in control.

Vision Rehabilitation Services of Georgia Project Independence of Georgia

Are you or someone you know at, least 55 years of age, experiencing vision loss or a combined vision and hearing loss? Project Independence could help.

This vision program for seniors (also referred to as the Older Blind Program) is administered by the Georgia Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and provides services that can help you remain independent.

Services are supported in part by funds from the United Way in Cobb County, Cobb County Government, contracts with Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, Project Independence, and school systems as well as various grants and private donations.  A private nonprofit organization under IRS guidelines, VRS is accredited by the National Accreditation Council for Blind and Low Vision Services.

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