Continuing Education

Convenient In Every Way

Envision University strives to provide industry-leading continuing education opportunities for all professionals in the low vision rehabilitation and research fields. 

We make it easy for you to keep up to date on the latest research and clinical practices through our continuing education offerings. Choose from timely topics, in whatever format works best for you—in person at a workshop or at our Annual Conference; online; or through our journal, Visibility. We’ll help you connect with other thought leaders and practitioners of low-vision rehabilitation and research—so that ultimately, you can continue to make the best decisions for your clients.

Ce Designed To Fit Your Needs

  1. Attend a live event at our headquarters.

    Travel to our headquarters in Wichita, Kansas, to attend short workshops or grand rounds on topics while earning CE credits. You’ll learn about the latest in research and practice and meet other professionals in the low vision field.

  2. Attend Envision Conference.

    Learn about current research and technology and gain skills by earning CE credits at our Envision Conference, the premier multidisciplinary lowvision conference. The conference draws professionals from all over the country and the world.

  3. Take an online education course.

    Choose from a range of topics—at a time and place that works for you—through our exceptional online courses. These low-cost courses are designed to meet your needs and help you earn CE credits.

  4. Subscribe to Visibility.

    Keep up with new technology, practices and other developments in low vision research by browsing through our highly regarded journal, Visibility.

Envision University is an American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Approved Provider. (The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.)

Envision University is an Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals (ACVREP) Registered Provider of Professional Learning and Education (RPPLE).

Clinical Education Committee

Michael Epp, MS
Manager, Professional Education, Envision University

Donald Fletcher, MD
Medical Director, Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center; Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute and California Pacific Medical Center Department of Ophthalmology; Helen Keller Foundation for Research and Education

Karen Kendrick, OTR/L, CLVT
Occupational Therapist, Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center

Andra Mies, COTA
Occupational Therapy Assistant, Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center

Stacy Fuller
Senior Director of Rehabilitation Services & Support Programs, Envision Vision Rehabilitation Center

Amy Burcham, OD
Assistant Medical Director, Becon Vision Center

Almecia Pillers, MEd, COMS
Orientation and Mobility Specialist, Envision Dallas Vision Rehabilitation Center