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Upcoming youth programs

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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. 

Post-secondary orientation
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.

Join Us!

To register for or find out more about these programs, email Shelley Adams. Click "Get Involved" to learn more about volunteering.