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Our Mission: Dignity Empowered

More than 100,000 adults in Wisconsin are blind and visually impaired and are a vibrant part of most Wisconsin communities. This session describes the meaning of blindness and vision impairment, addresses myths and barriers associated with vision loss, and offers tips for comfortable interactions. If you or someone you know has vision loss, recognize resources and professional service providers who can guide you in the process of adaptation and adjustment. Bring your questions.

Instructor

Jean Kalscheur

Jean Kalscheur has been with the organization, Visually Impaired, for 12 years. As a vision rehabilitation teacher, she works with adults with vision impairments in their homes and assists them in finding strategies, techniques and equipment that support an independent ... read more

Date: Tue, Nov 16

Delivery Method: Live Online

Time: 10-11:15am CT

Platform: Zoom

Instructor: Jean Kalscheur

Fee: $10

Enrollment Limit: 300

Program Number: FALL:378

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