Seminars@Hadley are the best! The technology seminars are especially relevant; the information I acquired helped me learn about my iPhone.
—Eileen, CA, 2014
Home maintenance can be daunting with vision loss. But the nonvisual senses, any remaining vision, helpful adaptations, and strategies can enable a person who is visually impaired to perform many home maintenance chores. This course explains how to use various tools, explores household systems, and outlines room-by-room maintenance, from dealing with clogged sinks to mowing the lawn. Whether in an apartment or a house, discovering ways to perform basic home maintenance tasks will enable a person who is visually impaired to live more independently.
Note: this course does NOT replace training from a rehabilitation professional.
Maximum Completion Time: 2 month
Credit: 4 CE Hours
Tuition: $29 (U.S. Dollars)
4 CE Hours approved by The Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Educational Professionals (ACVREP)(PENDING)