• Orientation and mobility services are provided by qualified personnel for blind or visually impaired students to enable those students to attain systematic orientation to and safe movement within their environments in school, home, and community.  It includes teaching students spatial and environmental concepts and the use of information received by the senses, the use of a cane or service animal to supplement visual travel skills, and instruction in the understanding and use of remaining vision and distance low vision aids. 

    The Southeast Texas Cooperative for Special Services works with orientation and mobility specialists for the evaluation and provision or orientation and mobility services.