Through immersive workshops, activities, and groups children and youth with sight loss develop confidence, independence, and a sense of self-identity.
Summer Day Camp
Five days packed with fun activities, from mini golf and boat rides to baking cupcakes, field trips, visiting museums and learning first aid. It's a camp where kids can just be kids, while developing life skills, learning about self-advocacy, and making new friends.
This week-long orientation is designed to help students with sight loss transition from high school to post-secondary education or employment. It will give them an opportunity to explore career choices, to tour a university and college campus, and learn from topic-experts and their peers.
Post-secondary peer support program
A bi-weekly group chat for those attending, or planning on attending, a post-secondary institution to meet with their peers to discuss the joys and challenges of advanced education. Participants will also hear from guest speakers.