VI Program Resources
Visual Impairment Programs can vary greatly from district to district. Typically, larger cities have more than one Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments (TVI) while less populous counties or districts may just have one TVI or share with surrounding districts or counties. Whether the program in your area is small or large, this page contains a collection of resources that can be of help support a districts visual impairment program.
This page contains information on US Government Agencies that provide support and resources to people who are visually impaired and those who work in the field of visual impairments.
This page contains information on National Organizations and Agencies that provide support and resources to people who are visually impaired and those who work in the field of visual impairments.
This page contains information on Assistive Technology Programs and Organizations that provide assistive technology support and resources to people who are visually impaired and those who work in the field of visual impairments.
This page contains a list of support networks and organizations whose mission is to provide information, research, and support to persons with specific visual impairments and diseases.
This page contains a list of Sports Associations whose mission is to provide information and support to persons with specific visual impairments and diseases.
The vendors on this page specialize in materials and equipment specifically for people who are blind or visually impaired. Some products are available exclusively by the vendor while other materials are available commercially.
This page contains a list of journal resources, along with a summary of topics typically covered, that you may choose to subscribe to stay current in the field of visual impairments.
This page provides a list of agencies and resources specific to working with students that are deaf and blind. These resources support both professionals and families.
Although similar, each state has its own guidelines for what students are eligible to be identified as a student with a visual impairment. This page contains a list of State Special Education Agencies within the Department of Education.
This page provides a list of schools for the blind throughout the United States. Many of the schools provide both residential and day programs as well as outreach programs. A number also provides excellent resources on blindness and visual impairments.
Camps designed specifically for students who are blind or visually impaired can enhance students' recreation and leisure skills and provide them with the opportunity to learn basic skills they may have missed, build students' confidence, and provide them with the opportunity to be participants rather than observers.
This page identifies resources specific to persons who are blind or visually impaired in the state of Georgia. Included are state resources and agencies that provide services to children birth through the age of 21.
Dog guides are assistance dogs trained to lead people who are blind or visually impaired. Dog guides can be helpful for many, but not appropriate for everyone. The person who uses the dog guide must have excellent orientation and mobility skills. This page provides information on who is a good candidate for a dog guide and the skills needed.
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The TVI's Guide to Teaching the ECC Complete Set includes the following:
The LOTTO Cards Grab and Go Supplement includes 37 theme related unit cards along with activity suggestions that support activities within the TVI's Guide to Teaching the ECC.
On My Way File Folder Cards
Print and use these cards to represent locations the student may visit that are related to the current thematic unit. Use these with the On My Way File Folder Game outlined in the TVI's Guide to Teaching the ECC p. 27.
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Bonus pages include tutorials, printables, interactive sensory story downloads, and interactive choice making, matching and visual discrimination computer games (PowerPoint based interactive games), and job task activities.
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