A SIMPLE TOUCH LEADS TO ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

Small touch. Big opportunities.

Participation in Research

DeafBlind Ontario Services believes that research initiatives will advance knowledge and enhance the quality of life for individuals who are deafblind; leading to more opportunities and choices.

International Partnership Aids Deafblind in Nicaragua

In 2015, DeafBlind Ontario Services (Canada) and Mo Gård (Sweden) partnered to offer expertise through training and mentoring to Asociasión de Sordociegos de Nicaragua (ASCN) or Deafblind Association of Nicaragua, for individuals who are living with deafblindness in Nicaragua. The partnership identified a need for training around daily living skills in this country. The Canadian Helen Keller Centre (CHKC) also offered their support for this collaboration.