State Operated Services
Vocational & Recreational Habilitation at BSDC
The Beatrice State Developmental Center (BSDC) has a Vocational and Recreational Services team that operates independent of the 5 Intermediate Care Facilities on campus.
People living at BSDC have full access to the array of programs provided by the Vocational and Recreational Services team.
The Vocational Services Department focuses on three areas:
- Work skills acquisition
- Community employment and production
- Active treatment
The department's primary purpose is to help people develop the skills and abilities to realize their goals and be as independent as possible.
he Vocational Services Department provides each individual appropriate active treatment based on the person's age, health, and their own he Vocational Services Department provides each individual appropriate active treatment based on the person's age, health, and personal goals.
The Recreational Services Department sponsors several social and volunteer opportunities.
Volunteer activity is one way the residents at BSDC can have meaningful impact in their community.
The Recreational Services Department provides health and wellness programs through partnership with clinical therapies. This is the Integrated Therapies Program and allows two or more therapy areas to work together to gain the most wellness benefit for the individual.
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