Assistive Technology BC (ATBC) provides assistive technology resources to make learning and working environments usable for people with disabilities throughout British Columbia.
Blind Beginnings is a non-profit organization striving to guarantee quality of life for children and youth who are blind or visually impaired by promoting equal access to the world's resources and opportunities. We seek to challenge the limits of what is deemed possible for blind and visually impaired children and to establish a strong foundation on which to build rich and fulfilling lives.
B.C. Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments have been dedicated to teaching, advocating and supporting Blind and Visually Impaired students throughout British Columbia for the past 30 years. The executive and members of BCVTA work actively in a variety of different areas.
CAER was founded in 1993 and has a membership which reflects all regions/provinces of Canada. CAER members are a collective of publicly funded centres coordinating the provision of educational materials for persons with print disabilities.
CNIB is a registered charity, passionately providing community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure Canadians who are blind or partially sighted have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.
The Children's Low Vision Project of British Columbia (CLVP-BC) is designed to provide comprehensive low vision assessment to school age children throughout British Columbia.
In British Columbia we are fortunate to have many services for the intervention, support and education of children with visual impairments. While you may currently be working with one of the services listed below, you will also find support from these other community resources.
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SET-BC assists school districts in educating students whose access to the curriculum is restricted primarily due to physical disabilities, visual impairments, autism and/or cognitive disabilities. Our services to school districts include consultation, technology loans, training and resource support.
The Visual Impairment Program located at Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children (Vancouver) is a provincial resource program which provides diagnostic assessment and treatment planning services for children aged birth through 19 years who have a suspected or known vision loss.