Bellow explained that they started this training program knowing that many blind and visually impaired people have not had any training for a long time.
What does B&VI stand for?
B&VI stands for Blind and Visually Impaired
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Big and Tasty (McDonald's sandwich)
- Black and Tan
- Bob and Tom (radio personalities)
- Boneham & Turner Ltd (UK engineers)
- Bridge and Tunnel
- Burglary & Theft (law enforcement; also see B&E)
- Business and Technology Alliance
- Buildings and Utilities
- Team Beheer & Uitleen
- Black & Veatch
- Babcock & Wilcox
- Beer and Wine
- Bells and Whistles
- Biermann and Weber (filter manufacturing company; Berlin, Germany)
- Black & White
- Bowers & Wilkins (British audio loudspeaker company)
- Bowers & Wilkins (speaker manufacturer)
- Bread & Water
- Brown and Williamson (British American Tobacco subsidiary)
- Burgemeester En Wethouders (Dutch)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Homs, Central Syria (SANA) _The Blind Care Association in Homs, 162 km fromDamascus,is the first association that set up a typical kindergarten to take care of blind and visually impaired children and laid the cornerstone for the program of visually impaired in Syria in cooperation with German Christoffel-Blinden Mission (CBM).
TORONTO -- The Canadian National Institute for the Blind unveiled its new digital library which is expected to "open opportunities for blind and visually impaired Canadians who currently have access to only 3% of all books and information.
Containing information on such topics as making ADA work for your business, the accommodations necessary when employing a blind or visually impaired person, accessibility in public areas for blind and visually impaired people, and staff training, this guide includes invaluable reference features like the "ADA Accessibility Guide (ADAAG)," the "Quick Guide to Getting Help on the ADA" and an extensive resource section on products, services and organizations.
Pukkala now plans a larger analysis, pooling data on blind and visually impaired individuals throughout the Nordic countries.
There indeed have been research and theoretical callings for continued investigations of the impact of educational experiences on blind and visually impaired individuals (Haugann, 1987; Kirchner, 1990; Orlansky, 1989), and it would appear that a quasi longitudinal investigation of such experiences as reported by blind and visually impaired former college and university students would meaningfully contribute to rehabilitation's body of knowledge and the impact of rehabilitation service delivery programming.