Announcing New Learning Opportunities
The Department of Health Services Office for the Blind and Visually Impaired is pleased to announce "Adventures in Vision Loss 2017: Learning to Do Things Differently."
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Rehabilitation services are provided by the Office for the Blind and Visually Impaired (OBVI) to help individuals who are blind or visually impaired to achieve their own goals of independent living. OBVI staff visit individuals in their homes, conduct group trainings, and teach techniques and technologies for use in daily living (home management, personal care, Orientation & Mobility, and communications). These specialized skills allow individuals to adapt and adjust to vision loss, enabling them to live as independently as possible.
Designed for individuals to compensate for visual loss.
Adjustment to Vision Loss: Information, Skills, and Resources
Information and training techniques to accomplish all the activities of daily living.
Blindness Rehabilitation Education
Resources for those interested in pursuing career working with the blind or visually impaired.
Brochure (P-23142, PDF, 276 KB)
Services for Adults with Vision Loss
OBVI's brochure explaining services we provide and how to contact us.
Council on Blindness
The Statutory Council on Blindness meets on a quarterly basis to advise and make recommendations to state agencies regarding issues that affect people who are blind and visually impaired in Wisconsin.
A list of common diseases that can lead to visual loss.
Other Resources and Information
A selected list of local and national resources.
Rehabilitation Teaching Services
Travel skills, personal management, communication, food preparation, home maintenance as well as other activities of daily living provided by trained staff.
Find out who to contact for information and assistance in your area.
Wisconsin Statutes and Other Employment Laws and Resources
Legal information on local, state, and federal levels.
Information on legal rights of pedestrian with visual loss.