DVBS – Deutscher Verein der Blinden und Sehbehinderten in Studium und Beruf e.V.

The German Association of Blind and visually impaired students and professionals (DVBS e.V.) is a self-help organization of blind and visually impaired people striving for independent living and professional success, despite their handicap. DVBS operates throughout the Federal Republic of Germany.

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Contact

DVBS
Deutscher Verein der Blinden und Sehbehinderten in Studium und Beruf e.V.
Frauenbergstraße 8
D-35039 Marburg

Phone +49 6421 948 88 0
Fax +49 6421 948 88 10
info@dvbs-online.de
www.dvbs-online.de


Products

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DVBS-Consulting Services

Categories: Associations, institutions, organizations, clubs, Education and training
We consider our consulting services regarding assistive technology, mentoring, job assistance, accessibility and much more as a way to help people to help themselves. We offer exchanges of experience with similarly affected persons and legal support.

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Further Education and Seminar Offers by DVBS

Categories: Associations, institutions, organizations, clubs, Education and training
We offer workshops and seminars on specific topics to enhance individual skills in the context of life-long learning. We support our visually impaired members in acquiring knowledge and competency.

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Flyer agnes@work. Title: Visual impairment at work. Developing potential together.

DVBS-Project agnes@work

Categories: Associations, institutions, organizations, clubs, Education and training
The DVBS project agnes@work enhances the occupational participation of working people with a visual impairment by
• Promoting inclusive structures of further education
• Support at the workplace
• Seminars and e-learning courses

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