About Warwickshire Vision Support  Serving more than 3 000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers  Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services  social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county.  Rehabilitation Service  We are contracted by Warwickshire County Council to provide Rehabilitation Services to visually impaired people living in Warwickshire.  Our service gives you the opportunity to develop new skills so that you can continue to lead an independent and fulfilled life.  This includes:    Getting out and about safely and using public transport - including the use of mobility aids  learning routes to and from key locations and how to understand and interpret sensory street infrastructure.  Building confidence and moving safely around your home - addressing issues such as effective lighting and maximising your remaining vision.  Health and safety in the home particularly when cooking and making hot drinks.  Our Rehabilitation Officers can help you to use household appliances safely and introduce you to specialist equipment.  Support with correspondence and communication.  This may include the use of magnifiers to help with reading and the use of telephones and assistive technology.    You can be referred to the Rehabilitation Service via a number of different services including your low vision clinic  the local authority or even a self referral.  We also maintain the Register of Blind and Partially Sighted People in Warwickshire on behalf of the County Council.  It is not mandatory for you to join the register but it can help you qualify for some benefits.  You will need to have a Certificate of Visual Impairment (CVI) signed by your ophthalmologist in order to be registered.