Visually Impaired Program (VIP)

Services for older adults who are blind or visually impaired.

As eyesight deteriorates and day to day tasks become more difficult, many seniors are forced to give up hobbies they love as well as their independence in accomplishing daily tasks. 

Visually Impaired Program (VIP) Specialists help you assess your personal needs and discover ways to meet them using low vision skills training, adaptive equipment and alternate techniques that allow you to adjust to vision loss and remain independent.

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Services Provided

Daily Living Skills Training
Alternative techniques to continue accomplishing daily living tasks such as self-care, cooking, shopping, managing finances, laundry, mobility, and more.

Mobility Training
Assessment of your environment and mobility needs; specialized training to help you navigate your world safely and independently.

Low Vision Equipment
Recommendations of appropriate equipment to help you live more independently in your own home.

Peer Support Groups
Participate with others who have adjusted to vision loss, sharing tips and techniques to solve common problems.

 

Eligibility

1. A Wyoming resident.

2. Age 55 years or older.

3. Blind or visually impaired.

4. An individual who is having trouble with independent living due to blindness or visual disability.

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