Related Services hosts annual training for understanding the needs of visually impaired students
The Related Services team for Vision and Orientation and Mobility held an in-service training titled “Visually Impaired Students, Understanding Educational Needs” last Friday for area educators, psychologists, instructional aides, and others
at the Tulare County Office of Education (TCOE). Related Services currently serves approximately 70 students within the disability category of visually impaired.
The training provided an overview of the challenges and supports available for students with visual impairments in public school. Topics included implications of visual impairment for the classroom, social skills, orientation and mobility, and assistive technology.
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