Stories & Resources

Orientation & mobility

Navigating the world looks different for people with disabilities. Orientation and mobility (O&M) training is one of the ways Perkins gives children the steps toward independence. Learn about O&M, specific skills, services and resources. 

Showing 363 Results for Orientation & mobility

Vector image of a police car.
Guide

Campus police and security escorts: College O&M

Outline image of a girl walking with a long cane.
Guide

Ten things to know about going to college with a blindness cane

Vector image of a woman walking with a long cane.
Guide

Smartphone apps for Orientation and Mobility

Long school hallway lined with lockers and classroom doors.
Guide

High school hallways and low vision

Multiple sidewalks leading to a college building.
Guide

Building Identification: College O&M

Classroom desk with scantron answer sheet, pencil and paper.
Guide

Things to know about disability accommodations

Two green emoji faces with bug eyes and open mouth representing double vision.
Guide

Two of everything: Living with double vision

Black and white drawing of a sports arena.
Guide

College game day and sporting events: College O&M

Man and woman shaking hands.
Guide

10 staff members to meet in college

silhouette skyline representing the college campus at night.
Guide

Navigating campus in the dark: College O&M

Drawing of school lockers
Guide

School lockers and low vision

Cartoon image of young students writing at a rectangular table.
Guide

Elementary school classrooms and low vision: Designing accessible classrooms series