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 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 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 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 provides a list of agencies and resources specific to working with students that are deaf and blind. These resources support both professionals and families.
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.
This page provides a list of online support groups and resources for parents specific to parenting students with visual impairments as well as resources to parenting children with special needs.
Sign up for free membership to access the FREE downloadable handbooks and handouts on the Free Program Printables page along with access to the Goal Bank pages. Simply click on the Log In | Register link in the navigation bar. If you haven't joined yet, you will be prompted to create a password. Below are just a few examples of the many free printable resources.
Itinerant teaching is very rewarding, but it can present many challenges as well. TVI’s must be able to work well with a variety of personalities to best support students and their teams. It is just as essential to be organized, flexible, reliable, and a team player as it is to be knowledgeable in your field. This hour-long presentation is packed full of tips and strategies from Carmen Willings who has been a full time Teacher of Students with Visual Impairments for over 20 years. This webinar is perfect for TVI's just entering the field and for all TVI's as they start the new school year!
Sign up for free membership to access the FREE downloadable handbooks and handouts on the Free Printables page along with access to the Goal Bank pages. Simply click on the Log In | Register link in the navigation bar. If you haven't joined yet, you will be prompted to create a password.
Purchase the TVI's Guide to Teaching the ECC Complete Set and immediately unlock the pages within the ECC Complete Set Bonus including bonus printables, interactive sensory stories, interactive matching activities, interactive choice making activities, job task box activities and MORE! This is my way of continuing to support you and say "Thank you!" for choosing to purchase the Complete Set.
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