CNIB's "Learn" programs focus on education, skills training, and literacy to empower you to achieve your goals by fostering social skills and independence.
CNIB Early Years Digital Literacy Project
CNIB is currently seeking children (ages 2-6) who are blind or low vision to participate in an exciting new research project focused on building digital literacy skills and technology competencies. As a part of the project, participants will receive an iPad at no cost, which they can keep once the project concludes. Learn more about the project and how to get involved!
Inclusive Schools Program
CNIB’s Inclusive Schools Program is designed to teach educators and students how to foster inclusion in the classroom for people who are blind or low vision. As part of the program, CNIB has developed free educational resources designed to increase an understanding of blindness, the importance of creating more accessible and inclusive schools, and how you can support people who are blind or partially sighted in your community. Request a presentation for your school and discover what’s possible when we support students to reach their full potential.
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Children and Youth Programs
Growing up with sight loss can bring practical, emotional, and social challenges. Learn how our children and youth programs can help with navigating these developmental stages.
CNIB National Youth Council
The CNIB National Youth Council is a voice for youth with sight loss in the CNIB Foundation.
Braille and Literacy
This section explains the relevance, usage and importance of braille for people with sight loss and braille services and programs available for CNIB participants.
Scholarships and Awards
We want to help you achieve your educational ambitions. Learn how CNIB scholarships, bursaries and other awards can help support you!