Assessment: Orientation and mobility, low vision, literacy assessment, functional vision assessment, computer skills, and preschool assessment. Consultation/Technical Assistance: Consultation to public schools in all academic and skill areas. Counseling/Social Work/Self-Help: Comprehensive services available in meeting full-time student’s individual needs. Education: Programs for preschool through 12th grade. Programs are adapted for student’s individual needs. Coordinates the operation of the Indiana Educational Resource Center (IERC) and is responsible for the delivery of specialized materials to Indiana’s visually handicapped students in the public school system. Employment: Evaluation, prevocational and career preparation training.|
Health: General medical, psychiatric, neurological, physical therapy, occupational therapy, dental, low vision services, genetic counseling for full-time students. Low Vision: Provides low vision evaluation and follow up. Parent Assistance: Parent consultations, direct service, training and workshops. Preschool: Consultation & direct services to preschool children and professionals. Professional Training: Workshops for parents and professionals. Recreation: After-school programs for full-time students in bowling, swimming, wrestling, track, cheerleading, scouting, intramural sports, forensics, community activities. Rehabilitation: Instruction in personal management, orientation and mobility, home economics, independent living skills.
Hours: Monday through Friday 7:15 am to 3:15 pm