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What is Co-Managed Care for Veterans?

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Services for Blind Veterans


Blind veterans may be eligible for services at a VA medical center or for admission to a VA blind rehabilitation center. In addition, blind veterans enrolled in the VA health care system may receive:
  • A total health and benefits review.
  • Adjustment to blindness training and counseling.
  • Home improvements and structural alterations.
  • Specially adapted housing and adaptations.
  • Automobile grant.
  • Low-vision aids and training in their use.
  • Electronic and mechanical aids for the blind, including adaptive computers and computer-assisted devices such as reading machines and electronic travel aids.
  • Guide dogs, including cost of training the veteran to use the dog. 
  • Talking books, tapes and Braille literature.

Eligible visually impaired veterans (who are not blind) enrolled in the VA health care system may receive:
  • A total health and benefits review.
  • Adjustment to vision loss counseling and training.
  • Low-vision devices and training in their use.
  • Electronic and mechanical aids for the visually impaired, including adaptive computers and computer-assisted devices such as reading machines and electronic travel aids, and training in their use.

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