Low Vision Treatment
We know that remaining vision is usable vision, and our objective with low vision treatment is to help people make the most of the remaining vision they have.
Vision Rehabilitation Therapy
Therapists work with individuals to identify areas of need that will enable them to live safe, productive, and independent lives.
Orientation & Mobility Training
O & M specialists assist children and adults with learning how to travel safely in homes, schools, workplaces, and communities.
Occupational therapists work with both children and adults to identify problem areas, such as fine motor skills, that when corrected, will increase success in other areas.
Support services provide individual and group programming to help consumers adjust to their vision loss through education and skills training.
Advances in technology have created exciting and bountiful opportunities for blind or visually impaired people. At CABVI, we teach computer skills with state-of-the-art equipment and hands-on training through our tech center.
CABVI’s teachers of the visually impaired (TVI) work with children of all ages providing academic instruction and ensuring educational success.
Adaptive Sports and Recreation
Through engagement of sports and various recreational activities, people who are blind or visually impaired improve their health and overall wellness to achieve greater confidence and independence.
Meaningful employment is more than just a source of income - it is a source of pride. With our partners at the New York State Commission for the Blind and Visually Handicapped (CBVH), we are committed to helping individuals find and retain jobs they value, whether it is employment in the community or employment at CABVI.
For people who are blind or visually impaired, CABVI paves the way to rewarding employment opportunities. Meaningful employment is more than just a source of income – it’s a source of pride as well.
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