Webinar: Assistive Technology and Services for Blind and Low Vision in Maine
Maine’s statewide Iris Network works with people with low vision or blindness to help them attain independence and community integration. In coordination with Maine’s Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired (DBVI), the Iris Network provides assistive technology (AT) and rehabilitation services to people age 14 and older. The Portland campus has a Low Vision Center with many AT devices for demonstration and loan. The Iris Network Rehabilitation Center is a residential program where those with vision loss can learn about AT that impact employment skills.
In this webinar, the Iris Networks’ programs and services, as well as funding options, will be discussed showcased.
- Amber Mooney, M.Ed. CVRT
Please use this link for more information about this event and to register: https://mainecite.org/training/assistive-technology-and-services-for-blind-and-low-vision-in-maine/.
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