Life Skills Training are services that can be offered to groups or individuals. They provide information and education to help customers understand, compensate for, and adjust to their visual loss. They help the individual maintain independence in the home, family unit, and community.
Transportation/Escort Service is provided to enable a customer to safely reach medical facilities and essential community resources for such purposes as banking, shopping, receipt of support services, and material assistance.
Transportation Services have been identified as a priority service. It ensures the customer reaches their destination and is returned home safely (door-to-door service).
If the customer retains enough vision to function without an escort or has acquired appropriate travel skills, then the customer should utilize the public transportation system if it is available.
Transportation is available seven days a week. Please try to call two weeks in advance to ensure we have a driver available for your trip.
Transportation is provided FREE to eligible customers.
Note: Transportation service is not allowable for trips to and from a customer’s job site.
Everybody has to have some fun time, and we like to get together and let loose! The Blind Association has the following groups that meet regularly to have fun:
Transportation is provided
Support Groups are a forum for sharing ideas, exchange of feelings and practical experiences, and sharing useful information among members. They can involve reducing barriers encountered by our customers such as language, health, and fitness, accessibility, minority status, and vision.
The goal is to promote
Transportation is available to support groups.
The Blind Association of Butler and Armstrong
Butler County Association for the Blind 322 North Cedar St. Butler, PA 16001 US
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