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Blind from birth, Imran taught himself computer skills, and now empowers others at Bosma Enterprises.

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Our Mission

Creating opportunities for individuals who are blind or visually impaired.


Since 1915, Bosma Enterprises has helped people navigate blindness. We invite you to learn more about who we are and what we do. 

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How We Help

Our CARF-certified programs help people navigate life and work with success. Our empowering rehabilitation programs help people who are blind or visually impaired live with independence and confidence. We also provide a range of training and employment programs that create much-needed job opportunities. Learn more about our programs. 

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Brian

Brian was 35 years old when he started losing his vision. It came on suddenly, first in one eye, then moving quickly to the other. He was soon diagnosed with leber hereditary optic neuropathy, an inherited form of vision loss.

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July 11, 2016

Bosma Visionary Golf Classic-SOLD OUT!

The Bosma Visionary Opportunities Foundation will hold its inaugural Bosma Visionary Golf Classic on Monday, July 11, 2016 at the prestigious Sagamore Golf Club.

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!

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2017 Business Enterprise Program (BEP) Training

The Division of Disability and Rehabilitative Services’ Business Enterprise Program (BEP) and  Vocational Rehabilitation Services (VR), is recruiting interested and qualified  candidates for 2017 BEP training class.

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Vision Loss Didn't Stop My Career Goals

Years after my diagnosis and losing my career in finance due to vision loss, I was at home waiting for the other shoe to drop. And when it finally did, it was devastating. The progressive loss of my eyesight, its emotional toll and the loss of my independence had caused me to become a shell of who I was just a decade before.  In hopes of reclaiming some semblance of the life I once knew, I decided to look for a service opportunity where I might be able to use my skills for good, while rebuilding my confidence.

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