Pro Tip for Living with Low Vision

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Pro Tip for Living with Low Vision2020-08-18T08:03:55+00:00

Pro Tip for Living with Low Vision

In this webinar, Occupational Therapist Cheryl Frueh and IrisVision’s Lead Trainer Myrna Wilkins
will discuss useful low vision techniques for tasks, such as navigating your surroundings, using
tools and gadgets, completing your everyday activities independently, and more!

Myrna Wilkins IrisVision Webinar

Myrna Wilkins

Lead Client Success Specialist

Myrna Wilkins is a Lead Client Success Specialist, and legally blind user of IrisVision. She has vast experience working with Low Vision patients and has trained hundred of IrisVision users by walking them through the process, step-by-step, to ensure the achievement of their personal vision goals. As a legally blind individual herself, Myrna is well versed with the current low-vision technology that exists on the market and the varying needs of those within this community.

Cheryl Frueh

Registered Occupational Therapist and Ophthalmic Technician

Cheryl Frueh is a Registered Occupational Therapist and Ophthalmic Technician, with 20 years of experience in the field of Low Vision Rehab. As the Visual Rehabilitation Programs Director for VisionCare Ophthalmic Technologies, Inc since 2011, consultant with VisionCare since 2005, and as a clinic coordinator, technician and visual rehabilitation OT, she has contributed vast efforts to the field through the mentorship positions she has held with various successful organizations throughout the nation.

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Summary
Event
Pro Tip for Living with Low Vision
Location
US and Canada, 5994 W. Las Positas Blvd,Suite 219,Pleasanton-CA 94588, USA
Starting on
May 21, 2020
Ending on
May 21, 2020
Description
In this webinar, Occupational Therapist Cheryl Frueh and IrisVision’s Lead Trainer Myrna Wilkins will discuss useful low vision techniques for tasks, such as navigating your surroundings, using tools and gadgets, completing your everyday activities independently, and more!