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Organization: CNIB - North Region - Thunder Bay Office  
Phone Numbers: 807-345-3341
Sudbury (Regional Office): 705-675-2468
Toll-Free: CNIB Helpline: 1-800-563-2642
Sudbury (Regional Office): 1-888-675-2468
CNIB Library 1-800-268-8818
Teletype: 807-345-3341
Fax: 807-345-0786
Website: www.cnib.ca
Address:
c/o Regional Office
303 York St
Sudbury, ON
P3E 2A5
Street
Address
:
229 Camelot St
Thunder Bay
 
Intersection: Court St N and Camelot St
Location: North Ward
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Office: Mon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
CNIB Store (open to the public): Tue, Thu 10 am-3 pm
Open House (for the general public) to inquire about services: First and Third Thu 10 am-4 pm
CNIB Helpline: Mon-Fri 7 am-7:30 pm
Executives: Kerrie St Jean - Regional Manager
kerrie.st.jean@cnib.ca
Monique Pilkington - Regional Director, ON-North
monique.pilkington@cnib.ca
Service Description: Works with individuals of all ages providing the personalized rehabilitation support they need to see beyond vision loss, build their independence and lead the lives they want

Located at Camelot St near Court St N

  • Functions as a satellite office, regional office located in Sudbury

  • Assistive Technology Services
    • Provides information about the availability, selection, use and purchase of specialized technology and products to assist with tasks of daily living
    • Accessible catalogues can be ordered via telephone
    • Local offices can provide in-person training and technical support
    • Access to online webstore here

    Emotional and Wellness Support
    • Provides a venue to discuss work, home life, activities of daily living, or leisure and community participation, through support groups, the Vision Mate program and immediate, confidential telephone support through the Helpline

    Independent Living Services and Independent Travel Instruction
      Specialists provide instruction and assistance to build everyday skills and confidence in one-on-one or group settings to learn to live and travel with vision loss

    CNIB Library
    • Provides access to material in Braille, print Braille, talking books; descriptive videos; newspapers, and magazines
    • Browse the digital collection online here

    Fees: None
    Application: Call to make an appointment
    Eligibility - Population(s) Served: People of any age living with vision loss
    Languages: English
    Area(s) Served: Cochrane, Kenora District, Rainy River District, Thunder Bay City, Thunder Bay District
    See Also: Blindness and Impaired Vision

    This information was last completely updated on February 17, 2017

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