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Iowa Blindness Empowerment and Independence Center

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      The Iowa Blindness Empowerment and Independence Center (IBEIC) provides a curriculum for vocational rehabilitation clients of the Iowa Department for the Blind ages 17 and older to learn alternative skills for everything from cooking to computer and technology. More importantly, the program provides a platform for individuals to develop self-confidence and a truly positive attitude about themselves and their blindness.

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      Get an overview of what the Iowa Blindness Empowerment and Independence Center has to offer.

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      Youth Transition Services

      The Iowa Department for the Blind (IDB) is dedicated to providing meaningful and high quality vocational rehabilitation services to blind and low-vision transition-age youth across the state. For more information, contact Helen Stevens, Education and Training Program Administrator at 515-829-7411 or helen.stevens@blind.state.ia.us.

      For more information on the Iowa Blindness Empowerment and Independence Center, contact:
      Karly Prinds
      Center Program Administrator
      (515) 281-1313
      karly.prinds@blind.state.ia.us

       

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