Seminars@Hadley are the best! The technology seminars are especially relevant; the information I acquired helped me learn about my iPhone.
—Eileen, CA, 2014

Independent Living: The Beginnings

This mini-course describes how to use nonvisual senses and remaining vision to do many daily living tasks in a competent, more independent way. It describes how to use the senses to gather information about the environment. It then explains how to use this information to make changes in the environment and live more independently. No matter how long a person has had a visual impairment, the type of visual loss, or the presence of other disabilities, using the senses can help a person live more independently.
Course: LIV-301
Media: OL
Lessons: 2
Maximum Completion Time: 1 month
Credit: 2 CE Hours
Tuition: $29 (U.S. Dollars)
2 CE Hours approved by The Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals (ACVREP)(PENDING)


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