Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired

Publications & Forms

The Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired (VRCBVI), operated by the Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI), was established in 1970 to provide comprehensive adjustment services to severely visually impaired Virginians. For a blind person, using senses other than sight to "see" may be difficult at first, but with the proper training, it can be much easier. That is our goal at The Virginia Rehabilitation Center for the Blind and Vision Impaired. The Center teaches blind persons strategies and skills to adapt to living without sight, and we teach people with partial vision ways to use their remaining sight more effectively. We encourage students to identify their abilities and choose the course best suited for them. As a result, the blind and visually impaired can lead more independent, more successful, and more satisfying lives.

Visit the Department for the Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) File Cabinet for the VRCBVI Forms Listing.

Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired Code of Ethics