Visually Impaired

CO-SER 320 – Service for the Visually Impaired
Students receive instruction in the adaptive skills needed to complete tasks and assignments.  Examples of such skills include braille instruction, listening skills, orientation and mobility (including concept development and body awareness), accessing computers, slate stylus and improvement of functional vision skills.  The teacher of the visually impaired also provides students with special materials in alternative formats, such as Braille and large print textbooks, and assists the districts in the purchase of necessary equipment.

This service is provided on an FTE basis similar to the Itinerant Services CO-SERs.

Ron Ritter and Sharon Koerner - click for larger image
Ron Ritter and Sharon Koerner
Ronald Ritter, recipient of the Ann Range Children's Award - click for larger image
Ronald Ritter, recipient of the Ann Range Children's Award