Bosma Enterprises Is VisionAware's Agency of the Month
Date Posted: 09/07/2016
Your Independence Is Our Goal
There is independence after vision loss. Bosma Enterprises’ rehabilitation programs were developed with this single goal: to help people who are blind or visually impaired live with freedom and self-sufficiency.
Based in Indianapolis, Bosma Enterprises’ rehabilitation center offers guidance and practical training on all aspects of living with blindness or visual impairment. From daily living skills to assistive technology; from public transportation to personal mobility; from braille instruction to computer skills; from taking the GED or preparing to go to college to applying for a job; we will design a training program customized for each person’s needs. We also offer adjustment counseling to help adapt to vision loss.
Creating a Renewed Sense of Self-Confidence
Our rehabilitation center provides essential skills, but it also opens up new possibilities. We see it every single day— lives change here. The rehabilitation center is a place that provides practical guidance but also a lifelong source of support and community. Bosma Enterprises’ hands-on training can create a renewed sense of self-confidence.
How Brian Benefited from the Center
Brian was a land surveyor who lost his vision at age 35. He received training through Bosma's rehabilitation center and went on to become a very successful businessman. Be sure to read Brian's success story and the training he received through this Center.
We’re constantly innovating at our rehabilitation center to better serve our clients. We have a custom-built orientation and mobility trail that allows clients to practice safe navigation on a variety of real-world surfaces. Our assistive technology lab offers expert-level instruction on computers, smartphones, software, and devices. And we are always seeking out the latest technology and tools to help our clients live and work with independence.
This program is funded through the Bosma Visionary Opportunities Foundation and support from our generous donors. Funding is also provided by vocational rehabilitation services which provides quality individualized services to enhance and support people with disabilities to prepare for, obtain, or retain employment.