The Canadian Disability Participation Project is excited to announce and share with you the newly released Inclusive Playgrounds resource!
The Blind Sailing Association of Canada (BSAC) is a charitable organization mandated to bring the sailing experience to blind and visually impaired persons.
Our vision is to be Canada’s premiere service dog provider, pioneering change in the lives of Canadians benefiting from our services.
Our mission is to empower people to achieve their full potential with strategically trained and certified service dogs, catalysts for restorative change.
The Canadian Organization for Rare Disorder’s (CORD) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the enhancement of lives of all persons affected by rare disorders through an educational and informational support network.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society exists because there are people with MS. Our vision is a world free of MS. Everything we do is focused so that people affected by MS can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever.
Amyloidosis is a rare, progressive, disease caused by a change (or mutation) in a gene that affects the function of a protein in the blood called transthyretin (TTR). Amyloidosis is estimated to affect more than 50,000 people worldwide. Link to Site: https://madhattr.ca/
The Canadian Organization of the Blind and Deafblind (formerly the Camp Bowen Society) is a federal not-for-profit charitable organization (charity #: 722057312RR0001), headquartered on beautiful Bowen Island, British Columbia, that operates the Camp Bowen summer independence camps, blindness/Deafblindness skills training, and outreach programs benefiting people who are blind and Deafblind from across Canada. It also facilitates the Bowen Island Accessibility Group, a program for people with disabilities on Bowen Island, BC.
For many Canadians who are blind or visually impaired, braille is the key to literacy and independence. Braille is for the blind, what print is for the sighted. To that end, Braille Literacy Canada promotes the use and availability of braille in Canada, and strives to ensure that all Canadians have equal access to information — including those who are blind or who are experiencing sight loss.
To promote and enhance the well-being of people who are deafblind through awareness, education and the provision of support to our chapters, members and community partners.
The Canadian Federation of the Blind came together to fight the social and economic inequality of blind people in Canada.