Allison Guindon, OD ‘19, LVR ‘19, never has a dull moment. Her datebook, if she has one, is most likely always double-booked, yet she somehow makes it to every appointment. Playing dual roles is what Dr. Guindon does best.
Lindsay Lee lives with her husband and children in Wasilla, Alaska. Born and raised in South-Central Alaska, it is truly her home. With a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Alaska - Anchorage, Lee worked as a special education assistant in her local school district for six years - first in Behavior Support programs and then in the program for the Blind and Visually Impaired (BVI)
Today, the University’s College of Education and Rehabilitation (CER) offers four degree and certificate programs in the following areas: Low Vision Rehabilitation; Orientation and Mobility; Education for Teachers of Children with Visual and Multiple Disabilities; and Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (formerly Rehabilitation Teaching).
Today is National Seeing Eye Dog Day and to commemorate these important service animals, we recently interviewed Rose Bogina, a Rutgers University junior, who is training a puppy from The Seeing Eye ® and Jamie Maffit, director of the Orientation and Mobility (O&M) program here at Salus University.
Recently, the University’s Department of Blindness Low Vision Studies (BLVS) program successfully ran a pilot micro-credential course, Neurological Visual Impairment in Children, for professionals in blindness and low vision.