Empowering people with disabilities


Senior Low Vision Program

What can the S.L.V. Program do for you?

  • Learn about money management

  • Self advocacy training

  • Participate in support groups

  • Train peer-counselors

  • Services to senior center and facilities

  • Learn how to become integrated in senior programs

  • Trainings to participate in shopping, recreation and other activities

  • Assistance obtaining an ADA Transportation card/transportation vouchers

  • Obtain information, resources and referrals

  • Receive adjustment counseling and support

  • Receive computer and technology education/training

  • Learn primary Braille training Guidance to receive Assistive Technology, phone services, talking books and other equipment

  • Instruction to pay bills efficiently

  • Training utilizing appliance/household items safely

  • Become involved in local and state systems-change

  • One-to-One assistive technology training

  • Mobility and orientation instruction

  • Explore ways to make the most of ones remaining vision

Who may use S.L.V. Services?

CAC offers senior (55 and Older) throughout Riverside County including: (Banning; Beaumont; Calimesa; Corona; Eastvale; Jurupa Valley; Norco, and Riverside, Canyon Lake; Hemet; Lake Elsinore; Menifee; Moreno Valley; Murrieta; Perris; San Jacinto; Temecula; Wildomar; Blythe; Cathedral City; Coachella; Indian Wells; Indio; La Quinta; Palm Desert; Palm Springs; and Rancho Mirage; Desert Hot Springs and nearby rural and unincorporated areas within Riverside County), opportunities and information to empower and live more independently with limited or no vision.


Community Access Center Never Charges A Fee For Services Provided.

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