In January 2018, The GJU Vision Rehabilitation Center (VRC) organized community services included three visits to conduct visual screening to detect persons with low vision in order to refer them to the center for extensive visual assessment and provide them with visual aids.
The Visual Training Center (VTC) at the German Jordanian University(GJU), celebrated the graduation of the tenth batch of the Visual Rehabilitation Diploma students, that aims to provide specialists to deal with people with visual challenges, raise the quality of their life and increase independence in society
On Saturday 9th of December 2017, The Visual Rehabilitation Center (VTC), the Office of the Advisor to the President for Community Affairs and the Health Unit at the German-Jordanian University (GJU) organized a free medical day for vision examination to the local community in Naour and Madaba
The Vision Training Center (VTC) held in October 2017 three main activities that included Basic Training for Parents of Children with Visual Impairment, Al Za’atari Camp visit and Workshop about Vision Rehabilitation for Students from Hashemite University.
On Saturday, 16th of September 2017, The Vision Training Center (VTC), provided a workshop entitled “Introduction to Vision Rehabilitation”. The workshop was given to a group of medicine students from the Hashemite University who are members in the International Federation of Medical Students’ Association – Jordan (IFMSA-Jo).
Being low vision means that you have a significant visual loss which cannot be corrected with glasses or surgery. People with low vision can look perfectly normal during social interactions or when walking around, but will have difficulties recognizing faces or reading signs.