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Registration Open for Wellness Classes in Montclair for Adults with Vision Loss

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Registration is now open for Vision Loss Alliance of New Jersey’s winter lineup of life skills sessions, technology training and wellness classes in Denville, Montclair, and Ridgewood.

Vision Loss Alliance of New Jersey, one of the longest-serving nonprofits for adults with vision loss, offers a continuum of programs that address each stage of adjustment to vision loss in a friendly, supportive environment:

  • The one-day Essential Low Vision Program teaches people who have recently lost their sight quick adaptive strategies to regain independence. 
  • The Better Health and Wellness Program encompasses an array of enrichment classes that improve participants’ physical and mental health. It includes yoga, fitness, healthy cooking group drumming, horticultural therapy, art and pottery.
  • Vision Loss Alliance’s cutting-edge iPhone/iPad Training teaches participants how to use the accessibility features, practical functions and specialized apps to stay organized, informed and connected. Beginner, intermediate and advanced training are offered. 

The full continuum of programs is available in Denville, while the Better Health and Wellness Program is offered in Montclair and Ridgewood. The iPhone/iPad training is offered in both Denville and at the  The schedule for the winter session, which runs January through April, is available at vlanj.org (click on programs). Call 973-627-0055, ext. 312 or email programs@vlanj.org to register.

 

 

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