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With years of classroom experience, RSG provides vision services for students and adults using modern techniques and industry standards. We provide options for online, in-classroom, and hybrid learning models. Additionally, we customized our approach with each individual to help meet their needs. 

 

Functional Vision Assessments (FVA)

Our functional vision assessments (FVA) are comprehensive and include data-based objectives to provide practical, purposeful, and achievable outcomes for students and educators alike. Once an assessment is completed, the critical needs and recommendations are made to help determine the student's goals for the individual education plan (IEP), individual family services plan (IFSP), or individual transition plan (ITP).  

 

 

 

 

Direct & Consult Vision Services by TVI's

Our one-on-one vision services from a teacher of the visually impaired (TVI)  help students gain access to their learning environment under the guidelines of Common Core Curriculum (CCC) and Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC). Students are supported with personalized lessons and customized curricula to help them work toward their vision goals. 

                                                                   

 

Alternative Media Specialist

Alternative Media Specialist does accessibility checks and adapts a variety of instructional and student services related materials for students with visual impairments. Materials may be adapted into braille, tactile graphics, large print, video description, Close Caption (CC), audio files, and other electronic files, using online alternative media sources and automated translation software.

Orientation & Mobility (O&M) Services

O&M specialist teaches safe, efficient, and effective travel skills to people of all ages. “Orientation” refers to knowing where you are in space and where you want to go. and “Mobility” refers to the ability to move safely, efficiently, and effectively from one place to another. This could be by walking, crossing streets, navigating using GPS devices, using Ride-Share apps, and using public transportation.

 

Paraeducators - Visually Impaired

Paraeducator for students with visual impairment are trained to be readers, human guides, give word description, and prepare materials to assist students to become as independent as possible.  

If you have any questions please contact us for any questions. 

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