The Student Support Component for Visually Impaired (VI) is designed to provide technical assistance, training, and other related support services to regional programs serving identified students with visual impairment ages birth to 22 years. Assistance can be provided in program planning, assessment and implementation related to students with visual impairments. This includes facilitation of regional planning, TEA VI and deafblind registration, textbook and APH materials acquisition, instructional strategies, materials modifications, and staff development.
Opportunities related to visual impairments is provided to school districts, parents, university students, paraprofessionals, Braille transcribers, orientation and mobility specialists, diagnosticians, supervisors, administrators, and other personnel working with students with visual impairments are listed in the ESC 3 catalog which can be found here.
For more information, contact:
|Mary Kathryn Garcia||Student Support Education Specialistemail@example.com|
You can be an orientation and mobility specialist or teacher of the visually impaired in Texas:
University Training Programs for Teachers of the Visually Impaired:
Dog Guide Schools: