Lessons in recreation and leisure help students who are Blind/Visually Impaired (BVI) explore physical and leisure activities that they enjoy, whether they’re individual or part of a team. Lessons should focus on the development of lifelong skills.

Resources

United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA)

USABA serves as the national governing body for goalball, a sport designed for those who are BVI.

Michigan Blind Athletic Association (MBAA)

MBAA is a nonprofit organization that seeks to provide opportunities for individuals who are BVI to participate in competitive and recreational athletic activities.

Camp Tuhsmeheta

Operated by MDE-LIO, Camp Tuhsmeheta offers outdoor activities and events for students who are BVI. These opportunities encourage students to learn independent living skills and develop an appreciation for nature.