Charla Rose Houston is a certified vision rehabilitation therapist who serves people with visual impairments as part of her work at the association.
What does CVRT stand for?
CVRT stands for Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist (Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation and Education Professionals)
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We have 3 other meanings of CVRT in our Acronym Attic
- Canadian Vintage Radio Society (British Columbia, Canada)
- Cement Volume Reduction and Solidification
- Central Voter Registration System
- Child Vision Research Society (est. 1987)
- Cockpit Video Recording System
- Computerized Voice Reservation System (aviation)
- Central Virginia Regional Science Fair (high school program)
- Continuously Variable Road-Sensing Suspension (Cadillac automotive technology)
- Cardiovascular Research Trust (est. 1996)
- Centre of Vulcanological Research and Technology (Yogyakarta, Indonesia)
- Clydesdale Virtual Racing Team
- Coefficient of Variation of Residence Times (pharmacology)
- Combat Vehicle Reconnaissance Tracked
- Continuously Variable Ratio Transmission (automotive)
- Cardiovascular Research and Training Center (University of Washington; Seattle, WA)
- Central Valley Rat Terrier Club (Oakdale, CA)
- Commercial Vehicle & Road Transport Club (UK)
- Cotton Valley Rail Trail Club (Wolfeboro Falls, NH)
- Cumberland Valley Rails-To-Trails Council (Shippensburg, PA)
- Concho Valley Rural Transit District (Texas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The recent implementation of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Low Vision Rehabilitation Demonstration Project recognizes specialized service providers, such as certified orientation and mobility specialists, certified vision rehabilitation therapists, and certified low vision therapists, for Medicare reimbursement under specific guidelines for the delivery of low vision rehabilitation services as part of the health care system.
In recognition of the long history of service of certified vision rehabilitation therapists and O&M specialists and of the fact that the certified low vision therapist specialty was designed by the Low Vision Division of the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired to work with physicians, the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Optometric Association supported the legislation.