DeafBlind Ontario Services produces a bi-annual newsletter called ‘keeping [in touch]’. Our newsletter highlights top stories in the organization, features program updates, stories about the people we support and provides information about events taking place in our different service regions.
To sign up for our bi-annual newsletter by mail or electronically (help the environment and help us save on postage and printing costs), please email us at [email protected] or call 1-855-340-3267.
To view our newsletters electronically, click the links below.
Spring 2020 Newsletter
Fall 2019 Newsletter
Spring 2019 Magazine
Each year, DeafBlind Ontario Services produces a comprehensive report that summarizes and reviews our activities and financial performance from the past fiscal year. Our Annual Report is built around a prevalent theme from that year and features program developments and updates.
Our Annual Report is sent to key stakeholders and anyone who is interested in our organization and its financial performance. To join our mailing list, please email us at [email protected] or call 1-855-340-3267.
Click here to view our most recent Annual Report.
DeafBlind Ontario Services produces annual Financial Statements that are audited by a trusted third party. These statements report on the financial activities of the organization from the past fiscal year. As DeafBlind Ontario Services believes in transparency, we share our Audited Financial Statements with key stakeholders and anyone who is interested in the financial activities of the organization.
To view our most recent Audited Financial Statement, click the link below:
Audited Financial Statements 2018-2019
We set the standard and promote excellence in our field. The aim of our position papers is to promote discussion and contribute to the development of improved national data collection on deafblindness.
To view our recent Position Papers, click the links below:
A Canadian Perspective to the World Federation of the Deafblind report
Open Your Eyes and Ears
Recognize Deafblindness as a Single Disability: Open your Eyes and Ears
Stakeholders Consultation Report