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"Low Vision Therapist-Orientation-Mobility Specialist-Vision Rehabilitation Therapist"
Job Description - Part 1 - Duties and Tasks

Basic Job Description:

Provide therapy to patients with visual impairments to improve their functioning in daily life activities. May train patients in activities such as computer use, communication skills, or home management skills.

Part 1
Duties / Tasks
Part 2
Activities
Part 3
Skills
Part 4
Abilities
Part 5
Knowledge

Job Duties and Tasks for: "Low Vision Therapist-Orientation-Mobility Specialist-Vision Rehabilitation Therapist"

1) Administer tests and interpret test results to develop rehabilitation plans for clients.

2) Train clients to read or write Braille.

3) Provide consultation, support, or education to groups such as parents and teachers.

4) Obtain, distribute, or maintain low vision devices.

5) Teach cane skills including cane use with a guide, diagonal techniques, and two-point touches.

6) Refer clients to services, such as eye care, health care, rehabilitation, and counseling, to enhance visual and life functioning or when condition exceeds scope of practice.

7) Participate in professional development activities such as reading literature, continuing education, attending conferences, and collaborating with colleagues.

8) Design instructional programs to improve communication using devices such as slates and styluses, braillers, keyboards, adaptive handwriting devices, talking book machines, digital books, and optical character readers (OCRs).

9) Collaborate with specialists, such as rehabilitation counselors, speech pathologists, and occupational therapists, to provide client solutions.

 

 

11) Train clients to use tactile, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, and propioceptive information.

12) Train clients to use adaptive equipment such as large print, reading stands, lamps, writing implements, software, and electronic devices.


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13) Monitor clients' progress to determine whether changes in rehabilitation plans are needed.

14) Write reports or complete forms to document assessments, training, progress, or follow-up outcomes.

15) Develop rehabilitation or instructional plans collaboratively with clients, based on results of assessments, needs, and goals.

16) Assess clients' functioning in areas such as vision, orientation and mobility skills, social and emotional issues, cognition, physical abilities, and personal goals.

17) Train clients with visual impairments to use mobility devices or systems such as human guides, dog guides, electronic travel aids (ETAs), and other adaptive mobility devices (AMDs).

18) Identify visual impairments related to basic life skills in areas such as self-care, literacy, communication, health management, home management, and meal preparation.

19) Teach independent living skills or techniques such as adaptive eating, medication management, diabetes management, and personal management.

20) Recommend appropriate mobility devices or systems such as human guides, dog guides, long canes, electronic travel aids (ETAs), and other adaptive mobility devices (AMDs).

Job Description for "Low Vision Therapist-Orientation-Mobility Specialist-Vision Rehabilitation Therapist" continued here...

Part 1
Duties / Tasks
Part 2
Activities
Part 3
Skills
Part 4
Abilities
Part 5
Knowledge



 

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Holland / RIASEC Career Code:  NA        SOC:  29-1122.01