Lighthouse International's state-of-the-art continuing education programs are available in clinical low vision care and vision rehabilitation for new and experienced professionals and paraprofessionals. Low vision is an urgent and growing public health issue that is impacting everyone's practice. We've worked hard to ensure that you'll find something in our program offerings to help you enhance your services and meet patients' needs - no matter what your specialty or area of practice.
Why Choose Lighthouse Programs?
Lighthouse International offers the most extensive, multidisciplinary continuing education programs available in the field, including clinical training opportunities, self-paced, accessible online courses, and timely webinars. We’ve taken a fresh look at the needs of today's professionals and revamped our offerings to bring you new topics in new ways. This gives you the opportunity to learn what you need, when you need it.
Many of our programs are accredited by a wide range of organizations the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals (ACVREP).
You will benefit from the vast experience and expertise of the Lighthouse faculty – an internationally recognized group of clinicians in the fields of low vision care and vision rehabilitation – whose up-to-the-minute knowledge and practical suggestions can help you save time and money as you apply what you learn to your own practice.
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What’s New in CE at the Lighthouse?
Lighthouse Mult-E-Skills Vision Rehabilitation Training Program
WHAT is Mult-E-Skills? Eight interactive, Web-based lessons, providing you with:
- An understanding of vision impairment
- Training in vision rehabilitation strategies and practical techniques to help your patients/clients with vision loss lead safe, independent lives
- Ways to make activities of daily living easier for people with vision impairment
- Skills for reinforcing the proper use of low vision optical devices
- Techniques for teaching indoor orientation and mobility
WHO is Mult-E-Skills for? Occupational therapists, nurses, opticians, physical therapists, educators, and other professionals interested in learning more about, and/or working with, people who are visually impaired.
The Lighthouse Clinician’s Guide to Low Vision Practice
The 2011 edition of The Lighthouse Clinician’s Guide to Low Vision Practice is now available and is the result of an intensive effort by Lighthouse low vision doctors and staff to produce the seminal text for training ophthalmology and optometry students and residents, as well as practicing clinicians, in the principles of low vision clinical care and vision rehabilitation.