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Organization: CNIB - Eastern Ontario Regional Office - Literacy Program for Deafblind Adults  
Phone Numbers: 613-563-4021 ext 5016
Teletype: 613-567-2937
Fax: 613-563-1898
Email: jessica.white@cnib.ca
Website: www.cnib.ca/en/
Address:
Bank St. Professional Building
1355 Bank St, Ste 101
Ottawa, ON
K1H 8K7
Intersection: Bank St and Riverside Dr
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: Fully Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Executives: Sherry Malcho - Provincial Director, Deafblind Services
613-563-8420 ext 5127 * Sherry.Grabowski@cnib.ca
Contacts: Jessica White - Manager, Deafblind Services
Service Description: Literacy instruction to deafblind adults in their preferred method of communication. With increased knowledge, the students have the opportunity to reach their goals and enhance their link to the environment. * Literacy instruction includes numeracy, communication, reading and writing, daily living skills and basic computer instruction.

Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS)
Literacy, numeracy and essential skills services that help learners transition to their goals of employment, apprenticeship, secondary-school credit, post-secondary education or independence * support in clarifying upgrading goals and developing a training plan to achieve them

Fees: None
Application: Call to arrange interview
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Primarily serves adult learners wanting to improve their literacy and numeracy skills to achieve goals of further education and training, employment or increased independence * must have facility in English or American Sign Language (ASL) or contact sign and literacy skills below Grade 12 of the Ontario Curriculum
Age: 19.00 years and older
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Eastern Ontario  
See Also: Adult Literacy and Basic Skills
Blindness and Impaired Vision

This information was last completely updated on October 20, 2016

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