|Record #: KGN0203||Last Full Update: 10 May 2018|
|Toll Free Phone||1-866-842-9071|
|Primary Contact||Erica Kapa, Intermediate Secretary, Registrar, Ontario East CNIB; Phone: 613-542-4975 ext 5081 * 1-866-842-9071 ext 5081; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Alternate Contact||France Pakenham, Service Coordinator, Ontario East CNIB; Phone: 613-936-2300 ext 5077 * 1-866-842-9071 ext 5077; Email: email@example.com|
|Volunteer Coordinator||Tracy Holland, Coordinator of Volunteer Services, Ontario East CNIB; Phone: 613-542-4975 ext 5094 * 1-866-842-9071 ext 5094; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Primary Executive||Donna Norman, Regional Manager, Services & Operations; Phone: 613-542-4975 ext 5083 * 1-866-842-9071 ext 5083; Email: email@example.com|
|Address & Map||
826 Princess St
Kingston, ON K7L 1G3
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|Physical Access||Fully Accessible|
|Description & Services|
|Description (Service)||Source of support for people with vision loss to have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.
In Ontario, CNIB consists of three organizations:
Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario Primary provider of vision loss rehabilitation in Canada funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. * Provides training that enables people who are blind or partially sighted to develop or restore key daily living skills, helping enhance independence, safety and mobility. * Certified specialists work with ophthalmologists, optometrists and other healthcare professionals, providing essential care on a referral basis in homes and communities across Ontario. See on.visionlossrehab.ca for details.
CNIB Foundation Dependent on charitable funding, provides programs and services that address the social and emotional needs of people with sight loss. * Builds confidence and advocacy skills to ensure our program participants receive the accommodations they need to succeed. * Programs focus on children and youth, as well as adults of working age and seniors – no referral necessary. * Works with the community to advocate for an inclusive society where everyone is welcomed, valued and supported to succeed. See www.cnib.ca/en/ontario for details.
Deafblind Services Deafblind Intervenor Services and Literacy Programs, funded primarily by the province on Ontario. * One of a number of organizations that provide programming to empower people who are Deafblind to live as independently as possible in their environment, including in the broader community. See www.cnib.ca/en/ontario/programs-services/Deafblind-Services for details.
|Hours||Tue, Wed, Thu 9 am-12 noon, 1 pm-3 pm * open at alternate times with individual staff members by appointment only|
|Areas Served||Frontenac County ; Kingston ; Leeds and Grenville United Counties ; Lennox and Addington County|
|Eligibility||People of any age experiencing vision loss|
|Application||Self, family and community referrals * Clients need to obtain recent eye report from ophthalmologist or optometrist * Assistance can be provided in obtaining one|
|Languages||English ; French|
|Fees||None - for services to clients|
|Bus Route Notes||Kingston Transit Trip Planner|
|Social Media|| Facebook: www.facebook.com/MyCNIB
|Legal Status||(50) Non Profit|
|Funding||Provincial - Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care ; Fundraising ; United Way|
|Print Material||Pamphlets * Annual Report * Newsletter|
|Date Updated||10 May 2018|
|Service Categories||Assistive Technology Training ~ Visual Impairments ; Orientation and Mobility Training ~ Visual Impairments ; Subject Specific Public Awareness/Education ~ Visual Impairments ; Visual/Reading Aids ; Voluntary Health Organizations|