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Improving Education for Individuals with Visual Impairments.

Understanding and Assessing Glare: Minimize Discomfort and Maximize Visual Resolution

This presentation analyzes the different types of glare, and strategies for formally assessing each. Interventions may take the form of tinted lenses, visors or hats, or environmental adaptations. Dr. Rosen explains the impact of glare on orientation and mobility to help COMS and other service providers identify the appropriate intervention for a given situation.

Learning Goals and Objectives

Participants will:

This presentation analyzes the different types of glare, and strategies for formally assessing each. Interventions may take the form of tinted lenses, visors or hats, or environmental adaptations. Dr. Rosen explains the impact of glare on orientation and mobility to help COMS and other service providers identify the appropriate intervention for a given situation.
Learning Goals and Objectives
Participants will:

  • Define 3 types of glare and their effects on vision
  • Assess environments for glare and recommend remediation
  • Describe lens standards for sunglasses, based on their purpose
Event Information
Date: 
Training is ongoing or on demand.
Fee: 
45.00
Location
Address line 1: 
175 N Beacon Street
City: 
Watertown
State: 
Massachusetts
Contact Information
Contact Name: 
Perkins eLearning
Contact Phone: 
617-972-7824
Contact E-mail: 
valerie.welland@perkins.org
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