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BSBP Vocational Rehabilitation
The purpose of the Michigan Bureau of Services for Blind Persons Vocational Rehabilitation Program is to help you become employed in a career that suits your current or potential skills and abilities.
The Bureau provides diagnostic evaluations, vocational counseling, and training in skills of blindness at no cost to you. Depending upon your needs and eligibility, additional services may include low-vision equipment, vocational training, technical school training, a college education, job development and placement, and follow-up.
For more information on employment-related services from the (Michigan) Bureau of Services for Blind Persons, call toll-free:
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Post Secondary Readiness Program
The Post Secondary Readiness Program has been developed to measure the student's preparedness for college. Considering the above statements, this tool has been developed to allow prospective students to demonstrate their level of independence in nine areas.