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Low Vision Technology

Desktop video magnifier on table with large print text showing on the screenLow Vision Tech is an assistive technology resource created and updated by Steve Kelley, a Vision Rehabilitation Therapist based in Maine. Steve holds MAs in both Vision Rehabilitation and Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Arkansas, Little Rock and holds national certifications in rehabilitation counseling (CRC), vision rehabilitation (CVRT), and assistive technology (CATIS). Please note, any opinions expressed here are solely those of Low Vision Tech and do not reflect the opinions of employers or contractors.

A Vision Rehabilitation Therapist (VRT) is a professional who works with clients experiencing vision loss or blindness from diseases such as Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy, or other causes of low vision. A vision rehabilitation therapist often has a national certification from the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP). To learn more about the role of a professional vision rehabilitation therapist or how to become a vision rehabilitation therapist, check out the video Vision Rehabilitation Therapist.

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Listen to the Vision Rehab Podcast with Alexa! Just say, “Vision Rehab Podcast on TuneIn,” for the latest episode: an interview with accessibility consultant Steve Sawczyn.

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Vision Rehab Podcast: Medicare and Vision Rehabilitation

Vision Rehab Podcast on YouTube

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