- have optimal access to the normal visual environment,
- have visual capabilities evaluated comprehensively and accurately through clinical low vision evaluations, and
- receive services from competent and qualified professionals.
- All students with low vision have a right to participate in a clinical low vision evaluation without cost inhibitors or geographical barriers.
- Clinical low vision evaluation is a necessary component of a student’s medical care and it does not replace existing medical services.
- Low vision services are a critical component of effective educational services to students with low vision.
- Students with low vision have individual needs, which may be met through a range of services, tools, and solutions.
Orientation & Mobility
- MN Department of Education – Blind-Visually Impaired
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- RECC https://www.tsbvi.edu/REC2Web/
- Essential Assessments Rubric http://www.earubric.com/
- Paths to Literacy www.pathstoliteracy.org/
- Dr. Denise Robinson: http://www.yourtechvision.com/
State & Regional Contacts
Blind / Visually Impaired Specialist
Minnesota Department of Education
1500 Hwy, 36 West, Roseville, MN 55113
(651) 582-8843 / fax (651) 582-8729
Region 10 Vision Network Members:
Mary Kautto - Austin
Dag Riseng - GCED
Gwen Howard – SMEC
Sandy Gorham - HVED South Cluster
Terri Kersting – HVED North Cluster
Connie Telschow - MSAB
Jeannie Worden - MSAB
Mary Ann Honeycutt - Owatonna
Rita Sanderson - Rochester
Karl-Peter Hammer - ZED