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.
At the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), we know that research has the power to change lives.
The Canadian Association of Optometrists is the national voice of optometry, providing leadership and support to its members to enhance the delivery of healthy eyes and clear vision for all Canadians.
At Canadian Braille Press, we specialize in braille business cards, transcriptions and signs. Based in Canada, our company also provides its services to the whole of USA.
Children with disabilities—such as physical, developmental, intellectual, emotional, and sensory disabilities—are at an increased risk of being bullied. Any number of factors— physical vulnerability, social skill challenges, or intolerant environments—may increase the risk. Research suggests that some children with disabilities may bully others as well.
Teens Against Bullying was created by and for teens, this website is a place for middle and high school students to find ways to address bullying, to take action, to be heard, and to own an important social cause.
Neuromuscular disorders can impact anyone at any age. While some types of muscular dystrophy are first evident in infancy or early childhood, other types may not appear until later in life.
Canadian Disability Hall of Fame: Recognizing those who have opened doors for people with disabilities
The Canadian Disability Hall of Fame (CDHF) has provided permanent recognition of outstanding Canadians who have made extraordinary contributions to enriching the quality of life for people with physical disabilities. Founded by the CFPDP, this public exhibit was officially opened February 11, 1994 in Metro Hall in Toronto.
With the adoption of An Act to Ensure a Barrier-free Canada (Accessible Canada Act), the Government of Canada is fulfilling its mandate promise to introduce new accessibility legislation. The Government of Canada will continue to work with persons with disabilities and the disability community, as well as with provinces and territories, towards the realization of an accessible Canada