CEI staff learn about low-vision services from CABVI to help patients
The professionals from the Cincinnati Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI) came to the Blue Ash campus on August 31 to educate the CEI staff on the variety of services and devices they offer, including low vision aids and social work services.
The CABVI staff explained their services, their funding, and how they are able to help those even without insurance coverage, their social work services, and how CEI can help by providing important and relevant information, such as referral letters and exam forms.
Volunteers are needed in a number of ways, including helping with their radio reading program, where volunteers read newspaper paper articles, magazines, and other printed material.
For more information, visit www.cincyblind.org.
(Image is CEI's Dani Ausdal modeling the magnifier glasses.)