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Mike Blais:
CNIB Vision Rehabilitation Programs and Services for Soldiers, Veterans and Families

CNIB has a longstanding relationship with the men and women of Canada’s military, and we’re proud to continue that tradition to this day by reaching out to veterans nationwide and offering vital services that make life with vision loss easier.  If you have experienced a loss of vision, we can help you with:

·   Low vision services: instruction in the use of helpful devices that may enhance your sight   
·   Assistive technology services: Stay connected
·   Independent living services: Build everyday skills and confidence
·   Independent travel instruction: Travel with confidence
·   Shop CNIB: Find helpful products for better living
·   CNIB Library: Rediscover the joy of reading with audio books
·   Volunteer Vision Mate services:  Connect with a caring volunteer who is trained to provide assistance.


For more information, please contact:

Perpetua Quigley, Coordinator Volunteer Services, CNIB 613-563-4021x5002; Perpetua.quigley@cnib.ca

Sylvain Chartrand CD:
CNIB Vision Rehabilitation Programs and Services for Soldiers, Veterans and Families

CNIB has a longstanding relationship with the men and women of Canada’s military, and we’re proud to continue that tradition to this day by reaching out to veterans nationwide and offering vital services that make life with vision loss easier.  If you have experienced a loss of vision, we can help you with:

·   Low vision services: instruction in the use of helpful devices that may enhance your sight   
·   Assistive technology services: Stay connected
·   Independent living services: Build everyday skills and confidence
·   Independent travel instruction: Travel with confidence
·   Shop CNIB: Find helpful products for better living
·   CNIB Library: Rediscover the joy of reading with audio books
·   Volunteer Vision Mate services:  Connect with a caring volunteer who is trained to provide assistance.


For more information, please contact:

Perpetua Quigley, Coordinator Volunteer Services, CNIB 613-563-4021x5002; Perpetua.quigley@cnib.ca

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