The Michigan Commission for the Blind Training Center has met ADA requirements...
- For your stay at the BSBP Training Center...
...here's some general information and a packing list.
- The BSBP Training Center (269-337-3848), Bureau of Services for Blind Persons, Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
The BSBP Training Center in Kalamazoo provides training and services to people who are blind and visually impaired . . .
- Training and Services
Training and services at the BSBP Training Center are individually tailored to help students reach their maximum potential and achieve their highest aspirations.
- The Facility and Surrounding Community
The BSBP Training Center is a modern residential training facility situated on 23 picturesque acres in a lovely residential neighborhood near the heart of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
- Driving Directions
Take US-131 or I-94...
- BSBP Training Center Policies & Guidelines
The BSBP Training Center is committed to maintaining a safe and effective learning environment for all students . . .
- BSBP Training Center Internet Acceptable Use Agreement
- Travel Skills (Orientation & Mobility) In the Travel Skills Class, sometimes called Orientation and Mobility, people who are blind and visually impaired learn how to move about safely and independently.
Students learn to use the tools, techniques and strategies needed for quick, easy and efficient communication.
- Adaptive Kitchen Skills Students prepare their favorite foods using adaptive techniques for safety and independence in the kitchen.
- Braille Braille is a system for reading by touch.
- Occupational Therapy/Crafts
- Recreational Activities The recreation component of the BSBP Training Center program is designed to show people that a wide range of enjoyable recreational activities are still available to them despite their loss of vision.
- Other Training and Services
- Mini Adjustment Program Overview Separate from the on-site BSBP Training Center courses, the week-long Mini Adjustment Programs are provided by Training Center staff at various locations around the state. The Mini Adjustment Programs provide an introduction to skills of blindness and services provided by the (Michigan) Bureau of Services for Blind Persons and other organizations.
- Mini Adjustment Program Eligibility
To be eligible for the Mini Adjustment Program, a person must be a client of the (Michigan) Bureau of Services for Blind Persons and be referred by Bureau staff.