Visual rehabilitation1Psycho-physiological correction of low vision - through an individual lessons and appropriate tasks which support the development and better use of low vision.

This program will meet the growing need for rehabilitation of low vision as an integral part of the overall rehabilitation process. A low sighted person is usually confronted by the choice to live and functions as blind or seeing. Visual rehabilitation should do the utmost to get it together and win the second chance. The main objective of visual rehabilitation training is through an individual program of appropriate visual tasks to ensure a better use of low vision, meeting the functional needs of the person. The visual rehabilitation training assigns the following tasks:Visual rehabilitation2

  • People with low vision to realize their individual opportunities to make full use of their vision.
  • Form of systems of new and varied visual skills on a poly-sensory basis.
  • Provide vision coordination with other senses.
  • By achieving better visual performance, help to make better use of low vision in everyday life and work.
  • Visual rehabilitation training helps to build useful social skills.

The training includes individual lessons in which the trainees acquire skills to store, develop and optimize the use of their low vision by:

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  • Use of special technical means of "closed television", electronic, hand-held, desktop magnifying glasses and magnifyers with lighting;
  • Reading, Writing, Focusing;
  • Hygiene and safe use of vision;
  • Individual work to improve the effectiveness of functional vision;
  • Ways to properly use residual vision