Learning how to do things with limited vision or without sight can be overwhelming -- especially as an adult who has work and family responsibilities. We can give you the training you need to be successful in every area of your life. Classes take place both here at the Center and out in the community, depending on your schedule and needs.
Don’t let vision loss stop you from going where you want to go. Our certified instructors can teach you how to travel safely and independently. Learn how to use public transportation, get around the airport, navigate grocery stores and restaurants, and more. We’ll teach you how to rely more heavily on your other senses, protect yourself, and feel comfortable getting around on your own.
Maintaining your home can be a challenge when you have vision loss. Learn specialized tips and techniques for cooking, cleaning, organizing your pantry and closets, and managing money. Let us know what skills you need help with and our certified teachers will work with you at our center-based apartment or in your home to give you the training you want.
Whether you have low vision or no vision, technology can put the world at your fingertips. From software that reads computer screens to programs that magnify text, we’ll give you the training you need to use computers, scanners and other devices whether you are a novice or an advanced user.
BRAND NEW! CVI is offering one series of assistive technology classes, for a fee:
For more information, or to register for either of these classes, please call 404-875-9011 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet others who are experiencing the challenges of vision loss. Get support, learn coping strategies, and talk openly and honestly about the issues you face. You are not alone.
Diabetes is a challenge for anyone to handle. Compound that with vision loss, and managing your health can seem impossible. From monitoring your blood glucose to insulin dosing, get the personalized support and adaptive tools you need to keep your diabetes under control. Questions?
Download our brochures on diabetes services.
Whether you have a visual impairment or not, finding a job can be a daunting task. We can guide you at every step along the way -- from career counseling and job readiness classes to resume and cover letter writing. Once you’re ready to move forward, we’ll help you find the employment that you want.
If you or someone you know is interested in receiving information about job leads, resources, and networking event information, join our weekly email list for Career Services. Sign up for our mailing list by sending an email to email@example.com with your request.
Vision loss doesn’t mean you can’t read or use the computer anymore. We’ll show you other ways to get the information you want and need. From audio options to using the keyboard with shortcuts instead of a mouse, there are many ways to continue to read, write and communicate. If you’d like to learn how to read braille, we can teach you that as well.