Peer Support Programs

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Diabetes & Vision Loss - Monthly Teleconference

Join Dr. Tyceer (an Endochronologist from Windsor) for a monthly teleconference about diabetes and vision loss.
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Parenting with sight loss

A support group for blind/partially sighted parents.
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Adjustment to vision loss - Brampton

Adjustment to vision loss is a seven-week structured support group for clients, family and friends. This peer support group will connect you with other people in your community who have experienced sight loss. The Spring 2019 Brampton Peer Support Group meets every Monday at the Brampton Public Library. 
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Adjustment to vision loss - Mississauga

Adjustment to vision loss is an eight-week structured support group for clients, family and friends. This peer support group will connect you with other people in your community who have experienced sight loss. The Spring 2019 Mississauga Peer Support Group meets every Wednesday at CNIB Mississauga.
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Peer Support Facilitator- Phone Support Training Session

Volunteer peer support mentors offer one-on-one adjustment to vision loss support over the phone to those who are new to vision loss. Take part in a training session to learn more.
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Eyes forward - Whitby

This small support group will connect you with other people in your community who have experienced sight loss.  Held on the fourth Friday of the month in Whitby.
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Eyes forward - Oshawa

This small support group will connect you with other people in your community who have experienced sight loss. Held on the second Wednesday of the month in Oshawa.