Services - LOFOB - League of Friends of the Blind

By: Lofob  11-11-2011
Keywords: Childhood Development, Early Childhood Development

LOFOB has three main focus areas providing various services and expertise as well as other auxiliary services.

1. Independence Development Services

  • Onsite Occupational Therapists
  • Onsite Social Worker
  • Onsite Mobility Instructors
  • Onsite Braille Instruction
  • Onsite Basic Typing Skills
  • Onsite Home Management Skills Training
  • Onsite Personal Care Training
  • Onsite Cane Work/ Sewing Skills Training

2. Early Childhood Development

  • Onsite and Home Visit Occupational Therapist
  • Two Additional Teachers Assistants
  • Full Onsite Pre-school Programme
  • Home Based Intervention Programme
  • Parent Education
  • Parent Support

3. Wellness, Sports and Recreation

  • Onsite Biokineticist
  • Goal Ball
  • Tandem Cycling
  • Cricket
  • Gym
  • Soccer
  • Table Games
  • Recreational Outings

LOFOB’s clients rely on the transport that is provided by LOFOB to ensure that they can participate in their respective programmes. LOFOB also provides temporary accommodation to prospective clients who live too far from the training centre to commute daily.

Auxilliary services

  • Corporate consultation for successful integration of blind and visually impaired employees or customers to your business environment

  • Awareness and education lectures

  • Corporate sport, recreation and team building days designed to include sighted and visually impaired persons participating in activities that highlight capabilities rather than inabilities

Keywords: Childhood Development, Early Childhood Development

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