The Camp Bowen Society for the Visually Impaired believes in being involved in and contributing to our local community of Bowen Island and across the country.
The Presentation Team
The presentation team visits schools and other community groups to speak about what it is like to be blind in Canada. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about Braille, assistive technology, how blind people travel, and, most of all, that people who are blind are just people like any other.
If you would like to have us speak in front of your class or community group, please contact us.
Bowen Island Accessibility Group
The Bowen Island Accessibility Group (BIAG) is a community outreach program designed to bring Bowen Islanders together to find creative solutions to the accessibility challenges on Bowen Island. We want to look at issues from the small to the really tough. BIAG also acts as a peer support network for Bowen Islanders with disabilities.
BIAG is just getting started and we look forward to collaborating with many of you to make this the best group it can be. To get involved, please contact us.
Canadian Blindness Services
Canadian Blindness Services is designed to be a central and collaborative information exchange and services hub for individuals, families, organizations, and businesses participating within the blind, visually impaired, and deaf blind community in Canada. The project is being led by the Camp Bowen Society for the Visually Impaired, who welcomes and encourages interested individuals, organizations, and businesses to get involved.