A S T
Aspects of Skills Training
This class is designed to help people with visual impairments
become familiar with and accomplishing household tasks such as
cooking and cleaning.
O L V E
Strategies and Options for Low Vision Enhancement
This class is a continuation of the O A S I S group and includes
demonstrations of various devices for enhancing a person's abilities
to make use of any remaining vision.
A S I S
Orientation and Adjustment to Sight Impaired Services
This class is mandatory for all persons participating in facility-based
services. It includes structure of the eye, causes of blindness,
and gives information regarding rehabilitation teaching, orientation
and mobility instruction, and other ACBVI services.
G Y S T
Get Your Stuff Together
Each small group that uses this name is a support group for people
who are dealing with issues related to visual impairment or blindness.
U R E
Comprehending and Utilizing Resources Effectively
This group examines a variety of community resources available
specifically for people with visual impairments and other resources
that are for people with disabilities, or the general public.
This group is for men who
would like to discuss issues relating to personal and social independence
in a confidential environment. Topics will range from activities
of daily living to hobbies and recreation to relationships and
R A P
Weekly Rehabilitation and Adjustment Program
Eight-week multifaceted class
designed to facilitate personal and social independence through
providing basic training and education in communication skills,
home and self management, and kitchen skills. Issues associated
with orientation and mobility are also addressed.
Life's Ills and Pills
group for visually impaired individuals who need to learn how
to live successfully with chronic pain and/or health issues.
Adaptive Cooking Techniques
ACT provides instruction
in various types of adaptive cooking including the microwave,
the stovetop, and the oven.
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