Continuing Education

OIB-TAC Sponsored Courses

Adaptive Blind and Low Vision Skills for Everyday Living

An Overview of Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who are Blind

Basics in Program Evaluation

Best Practices in the Administration of the OIB Program

Beyond Acuity: Addressing Functional Aspects of Lack of Depth Perception and Visual Field Deficits

Braille: What it is, and Why it is Important

Cardiovascular Disease and Aging

Case Management Documentation

Community Outreach, An Overview

Community Outreach: Creating Targeted and Accessible Presentations

Cultural Diversity and Competence

Diabetes and Visual Impairment

Facilitating Family Support

Fall Prevention: Interventions for Older Individuals who are Visually Impaired

Gearing Up for Transit: Options and Advocacy Skills for People who are Blind or have Low Vision

How Social Determinants of Health Relate to Vision and Aging

Identifying Mental Health Impairments in Adults

Introduction to Best Practices for Older Individuals who are Blind Programs

Mobility Impairments: Implications for Service Providers

Orientation and Mobility for Those Who Have Multiple Health Impairments

Pulmonary Conditions Affecting Older Persons

Vision Loss and the Role of the Family

Social Isolation, Aging, and Vision Loss

Strategies for Mentoring Interns: Developing Qualified Professionals for the Future

Strategies for Teaching Adults with Vision Loss

The Process of Teaching Art

Teaching iPhone for Low Vision: Where Do I Start?

Understanding Data Collection and the 7-OB Report for OIB Programs

Understanding People Living with Dementia and Vision Loss

Vision and Hearing Loss