For those who are unfamiliar with the annual California State University Network (CSUN) Conference, it is a conference which started 32 years ago with a vendor show displaying the latest and greatest in adaptive technology. Over the year... Continue Reading: The CSUN Experience
Let me tell you a short story about CNIB’S Lake
Joseph (known as "Lake Joe") camp, located in Ontario's Continue Reading: Lake Joe: It’s Not Just a Camp!
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our “Ask Me Anything” expert for our technology week, our in-house tech guru
Jason Fayre was up for answering a couple of question about his one must-have
piece of technology and what he’s looking forw... Continue Reading: Vision Health Month - Technology
May is Vision Health Month! Last week we kicked off Vision Health Month with an event at Parliament Hill and shined a spotlight on parenting and vision loss. Check out what people shared on soci... Continue Reading: Vision Health Month Week 1
May is Vision Health Month. This year we are turning the spotlight on the experience of blindness, told through the eyes of people living with vision loss.
Every day at CNIB, we see... Continue Reading: May is Vision Health Month
Driverless cars, award-winning young authors and 3D printing that brings art to life – these are just a few of the stories talked about in the news this week.
Continue Reading: Top Five Stories of the Week – Week of January 4
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Meet Graham. Graham is recently retired, and is a volunteer at CNIB in Ottawa. He has volunteered with CNIB for a number of years, but has been working at the CNIB Ottawa store for the past six months. In the absen... Continue Reading: Volunteer Profile: Graham
This year, CNIB is hosting its second annual CNIB Night Steps fundraising event – a fun and easy walk under the stars – in six cities across Canada. Proceeds from the event will support CNIB’s vital services, such ... Continue Reading: Night Steps is back!
All the videos produced under our EnAbling Change project are intended to educate and to dispel the most common misconceptions surrounding people with disabilities and, in particular, people with vision loss. The f... Continue Reading: Accessibility in the Kitchen
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By: Victoria Nolan
It's getting really exciting - watching the Olympics and knowing we will be there in just a few short weeks! I'm on the edge of my seat and l... Continue Reading: On the edge of my seat
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By: Karen Brophey
Accessible programs and resources for kids with vision loss and other print disabilities are no fantasy!
Continue Reading: Part 1: Imagine! Fantastic resources and programs for kids!
What better way to celebrate the warmer weather just around the corner (we swear it's there!) and Earth Day on our doorstep (April 22nd) than with some great books that celebrate gardens, gardeners, farm-to-fork cooking and gen... Continue Reading: The CNIB Library is Going Green!
A blog post about literacy, written by someone working at a Library, should be quite straight-forward… Yes?
Literacy is most commonly described as the ability to:
What is the power of sharing your personal story? Sometimes it's the power to entertain, inspire, and educate.
As an employee of CNIB, I get to experience stories from staff, volunteers, clients and supporters that inspire me on ... Continue Reading: Bethel China, Blind Orphanage
Take a hike? No really, I mean it. What better way to get back to nature and enjoy the great outdoors. Hiking is yet another one of my passions. I was able to recently rediscover it with Dorothy, my patient adventure friend.
What ... Continue Reading: Take A Hike!
Before I get into the abovementioned topic, let me throw in a little technical IPhone Nugget. There's a new IPhone Accessible GPS APP out there called Ariadne GPS. If you're up on your Greek Mythology, (Which I'm not), you'll quickly real... Continue Reading: Tandem Cycling Anyone?