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Celebrations
Jun 1, 2021ON
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Celebrations events in our service regions across the province honour employees and volunteers of DeafBlind Ontario Services receiving service awards, along with community partners, donors, sponsors and more. Join us on June 1, 2021, in commending those that create endless possibilities for the people we support and help us kick
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The Finer Senses
Jun 11, 2021Virtual
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Virtual Wine Tasting Experience Join us for our 2nd annual virtual blind wine tasting experience Friday, June 11, 2021. Explore your senses and engage in discussion about wine pairings, varietals, regions and more. This is a fun and unpretentious evening of wine tasting in the comfort of home! The price
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Yarn Bombing for Deafblind Awareness Month – June 2021
Jun 30, 2021Worldwide
In June, the National Deafblind Awareness Month (NDBAM) Committee in Canada will be ‘making a wave from coast to coast’ across the country with the goal of raising awareness about deafblindness. Members of the NDBAM Committee, including DeafBlind Ontario Services, are excited to take part in Deafblind International’s (DbI) global
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Success Stories

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Christie’s Story

Meet Christie, a funny and friendly young woman who enjoys volunteering in her community, spending time outdoors and her favourite activity, swimming! Diagnosed at a young age with Cornelia de Lange syndrome – a genetic disorder present from birth that causes low vision and hearing – Christie is deafblind.

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Impact on Families

Any story on professional caregiving will naturally focus on the individual receiving services and supports, but the family – the other caregivers – should not be overlooked. The impact on them is equally meaningful, and for many, the additional support can “give them back their lives.”

Impact on Families

Any story on professional caregiving will naturally focus on the individual receiving services and supports, but the family – the other caregivers – should not be overlooked. The impact on them is equally meaningful, and for many, the additional support can “give them back their lives.”

Giving That Makes Sense

Give today, and make a difference! Your simple touch will lead to endless opportunities.

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