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MOBILE, AL

251-476-4744

 DAPHNE, AL

251-928-2888

 GAUTIER, MS

228-760-0788

MONTGOMERY, AL

334-782-3557

ADAPTIVE DEVICE PROGRAM

In March 2009, CSVR received a generous grant from the Crampton Trust to fund the Adaptive Devices Program for the Southwest Alabama area. In January of 2011 another generous grant was received from the Working Women's Association of Montgomery. These grants were awarded specifically to furnish aids and devices to those who could not afford them. Adaptive aids are often expensive and beyond the reach of some visually impaired individuals. The intent of the Adaptive Devices Program is to enable the visually impaired to obtain education, employment or be able to live independently. Who Qualifies for this Program? Qualifying for this program are those who, because of economic circumstances, are unable to purchase adaptive devices. Qualifying individuals will be required to document their financial status. Is Equipment Needed, Appropriate and Useful? Documentation of vision loss, including type, severity and prognosis will be made by evaluation at CSVR, supplemented as needed by review of appropriate records and other documentation. Return of Unused Devices Equipment is loaned, not given, to those qualified. It remains the property of CSVR. Qualifying patients will receive equipment on a trial basis, to ensure proper usage. A review of device use will be performed at 30-60 days. Devices will be given to patients with the understanding that if not used, for whatever reason they are to be returned to CSVR, to be issued to others. Equipment will be marked "Property of CSVR" and have contact information attached.
Community Services for Vision Rehabiliation
Copyright © CSVRLowVision.org. All Rights Reserved. Website hosted by North Mobile Internet Services, Inc.

ADAPTIVE DEVICE PROGRAM

In March 2009, CSVR received a generous grant from the Crampton Trust to fund the Adaptive Devices Program for the Southwest Alabama area. In January of 2011 another generous grant was received from the Working Women's Association of Montgomery. These grants were awarded specifically to furnish aids and devices to those who could not afford them. Adaptive aids are often expensive and beyond the reach of some visually impaired individuals. The intent of the Adaptive Devices Program is to enable the visually impaired to obtain education, employment or be able to live independently. Who Qualifies for this Program? Qualifying for this program are those who, because of economic circumstances, are unable to purchase adaptive devices. Qualifying individuals will be required to document their financial status. Is Equipment Needed, Appropriate and Useful? Documentation of vision loss, including type, severity and prognosis will be made by evaluation at CSVR, supplemented as needed by review of appropriate records and other documentation. Return of Unused Devices Equipment is loaned, not given, to those qualified. It remains the property of CSVR. Qualifying patients will receive equipment on a trial basis, to ensure proper usage. A review of device use will be performed at 30-60 days. Devices will be given to patients with the understanding that if not used, for whatever reason they are to be returned to CSVR, to be issued to others. Equipment will be marked "Property of CSVR" and have contact information attached.

 DAPHNE, AL

251-928-2888 

MONTGOMERY, AL

334-782-3557 

MOBILE, AL

251-476-4744

 GAUTIER, MS

228-760-0788 

COMMUNITY SERVICES FOR VISION REHABILITATION