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Mandy Smith, Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist, will be presenting at the Chase County Health Department on May 1st. The presentation will begin at 1:00pm and last approximately an hour. Mandy will be explaining what the iKan-RCIL program does and the services it provides along with showing pieces of assistive technology. Anyone who has a vision loss or anyone who works with people who have a vision loss is welcome to attend.
iKan-RCIL serves individuals who are 55 years and older and who are blind or have low vision, so this program will be focused on that age group.
Chase County Health Department
301 S. Walnut
Cottonwood Falls, KS 66845
If you have questions please call (785) 267-1717.
iKan-RCIL is funded by Kansas Rehabilitation and Services and covers 23 counties in Kansas.
For additional news read our latest RCIL Newsletter
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