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Organization: CNIB - Southwest Region
Description of Services: Supports for people living with vision loss * research, public education, and vision health services

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Ontario - Provider of rehabilitation therapy for people who are blind or partially sighted * assists with building confidence, skills, and providing opportunities to fully participate in life
Independent Living Skills Promotes independence for people with vision loss by developing daily living skills such as safe cooking, personal hygiene, banking, Braille and computer technology
Independent Travel Instruction One-on-one instruction based on level of vision, age and goals
Low Vision Clinics Demonstrations and consultation to help people with a vision loss make informed decisions about the availability, selection, use and purchase of consumer products and adaptive devices
Low Vision Services Low vision specialists provide services to those who have experienced partial loss of vision to help them make the most of their sight and live life to the fullest

Services and Programs:

Fees: Free
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: People who are visually impaired, blind, or deaf blind
Application: Referral from eye care professional required
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible      Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Braille labelling of rooms and talking elevators
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: London, Middlesex, Elgin, Huron, Lambton and Perth

Contact Information
Phone Numbers: 519-685-8420
Toll-Free: 1-800-265-4127
Teletype: 519-685-8426 or 1-866-385-3433
Fax: 519-685-8419
Address: 749 Base Line Rd E
London, ON
N6C 2R6
Intersection: Wellington Rd and Base Line Rd E
Location: London (Central)
Hours: Administration: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Executives: Betty Leeson - Regional Manager Client Services
519-685-8420 ext 5102 *

About Us

CNIB is a registered charity providing community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure blind and partially sighted Canadians have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.

This information is provided by It was last completely updated on: 5/2/2017

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