The Inclusive Education program supports children with vision impairment (VI) to go to ordinary schools with sighted children, including pre-school, primary, secondary, and high schools.
The Center provides children with VI all required special devices, learning aids, textbooks in Braille or large-print, and other necessary educational materials, so that they can follow normal curriculum and are better included with their sighted peers in class, school and social activities. The Center provides opportunities to train ordinary teachers, assigns support teachers to give on-site support to class teachers, and to transcribe materials and exam papers from print to Braille and vice versa.
According to the life conditions of individual, children with VI can live at home and go to local ordinary schools, or stay at the Center or sub-centers to go to ordinary schools in that area. After graduating from this inclusive education program, students with VI will be transferred to career training or higher education programs, to continue their study at college and universities for under-graduate and post-graduate degrees.