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Children and youth programs

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We’re helping young people with sight loss develop confidence, independence and a sense of self-identity through group programs, activities, family fun days and summer camps.

Beyond the classroom

Working with educators, families and community members, we’ll support you from pre-school through post-secondary life as you gain knowledge and develop social skills. We’ll ensure you have the coordinated services, confidence and independence to succeed at every stage. 

Youth empowerment 

Visit an amusement park, take in a theatre festival or get involved in mentorship with a group your own age. We’ll help you expand your leadership skills in a safe and inclusive environment while you make new friends.  

National SCORE program

This exciting free summer program for young people with sight loss ages 16 to 21 brings youth from across the country together to build independence and work on employment and academic readiness. There’s no charge for flights, accommodation or meals for those chosen to take part.
There’s also plenty of time for fun activities like swimming, rock-wall climbing, tandem biking, water tubing and visiting restaurants and local attractions.

SCORE program eligibility

To be considered for the national SCORE program, applicants must:

  • Be a Canadian student between the ages of 16 and 21
  • Be career-oriented and motivated to pursue a post-secondary education
  • Have strong independent mobility and living skills
  • Have strong communication skills
  • Have a demonstrated interest in putting personal strengths to use for the better of peers, family and community
  • Be committed to participating in program activities


Dates and application information for the next national SCORE program will be announced in spring 2019.

Register Today!

Take part by filling out our program registration form today.

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