Rehabilitation Training Services

Services are individualized to each client’s needs through an intake process that helps CSC staff learn about the client’s needs, goals and preferences. Available trainings are listed below.

ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING TRAINING:Image of a client reading braille

  • Basic food preparation
  • Timepieces
  • Telephone usage
  • Financial record keeping
  • Writing tasks
  • Braille
  • Money identification
  • Personal grooming and cleaning
  • Sewing
  • Health care management


  • Keyboarding
  • Sending and receiving emails
  • Screen magnification software
  • JAWS (Job Access with Speech)
  • Talking software
  • Tablet and smartphone usage

ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY TRAINING:image of a person walking with a white cane

  • Pre-white cane skills
  • Human guide
  • Self-protection skills
  • White cane skills
  • Navigating new or unfamiliar areas and street crossings
  • Public transportation
  • Indirect assistance in connecting with guide dog provider


Functional Low Vision Assessments are available to determine the appropriate magnifier, product for glare control and proper use of lighting.


A comprehensive group training is available in the community to individuals 55+ for senior groups, support groups, independent living facilities and assisted living facilities.

  • The training is once a week for four weeks. Each training is two hours long and will include:
  • Adaptive daily living skills
  • Functional low vision
  • Human guide techniques
  • Help with vision loss adjustment
  • Referrals will be made to Orientation & Mobility as needed.


Specialized training is available at Cleveland Sight Center and includes braille, meal preparation and cooking.

For more information about the above programs, please contact us at 216-791-8118 or