Harvey Clark Bio & Photo
Harvey Clark, M.Ed., COMS, CLVT, VRT has worked in the field of blindness rehabilitation for more than 30 years. Positions held include: Dormitory Houseparent, Arkansas School for the Blind; Orientation and Mobility/ Low Vision Instructor for the Texas Education Agency's Regional Education Service Center in Waco, Texas; O&M/LV Instructor for VA Medical Centers in Waco, Texas and Birmingham Alabama, as well as for Project OASIS, Alabama Department of Adult Rehabilitation Services. In addition, Mr. Clark has been adjunct faculty for Mississippi State University's National Rehabilitation Research and Training Center's Summer Program in Vision Rehabilitation, and co-authored the chapter on Orientation and Mobility for aging citizens in the second edition of the graduate textbook "Foundations of Orientation and Mobility". Mr. Clark also served as Program Director for Adult Rehabilitation Services and the Low Vision Clinic at the Center for the Visually Impaired in midtown Atlanta. Consulting work in Orientation and Mobility and Low Vision has been provided to consumers served by the Texas Commission for the Blind, the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, and Emory University's Argus II prosthetic vision program. Mr. Clark currently is the Polytrauma Blind Rehabilitation Outpatient Specialist at the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center in Augusta, GA.
Mr. Clark is a past member of the Association for the Education of the Visually Impaired and has been an AER member since the organization's inception. He served for a number of terms as the Alabama AER Chapter's Treasurer.