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Orientation and Mobility Specialists


Orientation and mobility specialists help people with disabilities stay actively involved in society. They teach blind, visually impaired, and disabled individuals how to master the skills necessary to live independently and often encourage them to participate in various educational or recreational programs. Specialists also serve as a source of information, referring clients to financial aid, benefits, and legal advice. These workers may be employed directly by an individual or indirectly through community planning, research, and publicity projects.

Salary Range

$50,000 to $100,000+

Minimum Education Level

Master's Degree




Much Faster than the Average
Personality Traits

Hands On



Career Ladder
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