Associated Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired invites you to our next Sensitivity Training session this December! You are welcome to forward this email to anyone who works with or knows someone experiencing vision loss that might be interested in this training. More information about the session is listed below.
DECEMBER 14: ASB Sensitivity Training
ASB is offering a training session on Tuesday, December 14 at 10 a.m. to assist professionals who work with or provide services to people living with vision loss. The training will discuss questions such as:
- How do I know if someone needs help crossing the street?
- When should I offer assistance versus getting out of the way?
- Is it okay to pet a guide dog?
- Are my services or programs accommodating to participants living with vision loss?
- What else can I do to enhance my services?
The session will include general information about blindness and vision loss, preferred language and practical tools to better work with friends, family or clients who are blind or experiencing vision loss. There will be time to ask questions and engage in activities to help illustrate real-world examples. Bring your desire to learn, and we’ll help guide you to a better understanding. More information is listed below.
- When: The second Tuesday of each month, at 10 a.m.
- Next Session: December 14, at 10 a.m.
- Where: Online via Zoom (meeting link and call-in number to be sent upon registration)
- Cost: This training is free
To register for this upcoming training or for information about scheduling individualized training for an organization, please contact Community Training Specialist Lynn Heitz at LHeitz@asb.org or leave a message at 215-627-0600 extension 824.