Discovering that your child has a vision problem can be scary and overwhelming. You might worry and have many questions like:

  • Will my child grow up to be happy?

  • Does vision loss affect development and learning?

  • Will my be able to keep up and get help in school?

  • Who can I turn to for advice?

CVI offers a variety of services to support children and youth with visual impairments and their families/caregivers. These include:

  • Low vision evaluations for school age children

  • Individual Education Plan (IEP) coaching and consultation

  • Activities of Daily Living (ADL) instruction (for example, cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc.)

  • Orientation and Mobility (O&M)/white cane instruction

  • Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) tutoring

  • Braille tutoring

  • Technology instruction in smartphone use, keyboarding, computer use, etc.

  • Social and recreational opportunities

  • Early childhood (ages 0 – 5) group classes for parents and children

Payment Options

CVI services are offered on a sliding fee scale and we provide a variety of payment options. We accept most major Georgia insurance plans and offer significant financial assistance options. We also accept private pay. Please have a copy of your most recent tax return available to apply for financial assistance.

For information about functional vision assessments and one-on-one support in your home for children 0-3, please contact Georgia Pines here.

If you have questions or would like additional information, contact Nick Reynolds, Senior Manager Strategy & Youth Programs at or 404-602-4331.