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Vision - WhenOopportunity meets Preparednesd 

This will be my first positive entry about the CNIB. Admittedly, during my visit today my guards were up. The last few times I’ve gone were horrendous. 405 more words

Stargardt's Disease

CNIB gets funding cut reinstated but still needs more than $317,000 for rehabilitation therapy

HALIFAX – The CNIB has had a portion of their funding that was cut by the provincial government reinstated, but the organization says they still need more money to cover the services they provide. 275 more words

News

Stable funding for vision rehabilitation program being considered: minister

HALIFAX – Nova Scotia’s health minister says his department will review a funding cut for a program provided to 13,000 Nova Scotians by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. 224 more words

News

Service founded by blind veterans still at work 97 years later

SASKATOON – Nearly a century after its inception, a service created by injured veterans continues to support people who are blind or partially-sighted in Saskatoon and across Canada.  200 more words

Canada

Visually impaired children given the chance to touch Van Gogh's artwork

EDMONTON — While touching an original piece of Vincent Van Gogh’s work is prohibited in museums and galleries, an exhibit at Southgate Centre allowed a number of visually impaired children a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with the Dutch master’s art. 296 more words

Lifestyle

Is the CNIB Really Helpful to Us?

  • by Maria

A question a lot of us blind people have: is the CNIB really helpful to us? It’s confusing because in Manitoba, this organization doesn’t really seem to help us at all whereas in Saskatchewan, someone has stated that they are very helpful in providing screen readers for computers for anyone that needs them for college or otherwise. 205 more words

Global Groups

Thank goodness for “Dear Izzy” and the person’s anonymous advice offered to those with vision loss

Dear Izzy” is a super-valuable column that is part of the CNIB’s Insight newsletter.  In September 2015, Izzy addressed the topic with “how-to” tips for those with vision loss on the use of automated bank machines. 136 more words

Successful Living With Vision Loss