Metrolinx 2018 Accessibility Public Meetings
Metrolinx and municipal transit agencies are hosting Accessibility Public Meetings across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area to hear from members of the public and other organizations about the accessibility of GO Transit, PRESTO, UP Express and other projects.
Turned Eyes (Strabismus)
Strabismus is the medical term for misalignment of the eyes two eyes that are not straight. It occurs in at least 5% of the population.
Lazy Eye - Amblyopia
Amblyopia ('lazy eye') happens when the vision in one eye doesn't develop properly in early childhood.
Floaters and Flashing Lights
Floaters are dark specks in the form of dots, circles, lines, or cobwebs that seem to move across your field of vision. They are most noticeable when you are looking at a light-coloured background, such as a clear sky or a white wall.
Check Your Vision: the Amsler Grid
This simple screening tool is used for monitoring for early signs of wet AMD.
Learn about CNIB’s commitment to accessibility and inclusion.
Dry eyes happens when your don't make enough tears. Learn more about dry eyes.
Mobile Phones and Tablets
Find out how mobile phones and tablets mean accessibility.
Learn about screen magnifiers, which enlarge and enhance text for people with low vision.
Learn about screen readers, software that enables people with sight loss to use computers.