To celebrate 2020, the “Year of Vision,” we joined forces with the Canadian Council of the Blind and Fighting Blindness Canada to raise awareness about the importance of vision health, the innovations in vision research, and products and devices available for those with vision loss.
Louise Gillis, CCB President, and Doug Earle, FBC President, reflect on how the vision loss and blind communities can be supported in the year 2020.
What is low vision, and what should you do if you suspect you or someone close to you experiences it? Registered Optician Zully Kasmani has the answers.
Seva partners with locals in developing countries to deliver self-sufficient, self-sustaining eye care programs — but there’s still plenty of work to be done.
People with vision loss can face barriers and challenges in accessing media, employment opportunities, independent transportation and more. Technology is changing that.
Every year, Fighting Blindness Canada shares the latest in vision science directly with supporters through Vision Quest educational programming.
We spoke to motivational speaker and blind advocate Molly Burke about her experience living with retinitis pigmentosa and the future of accessibility.
Changing government mandates could affect access to vision loss treatment for millions of Canadians. Learn how Eye See You is defending patients’ rights.
The Canadian Council of the Blind’s Mobile Eye Clinics increase patient access to vision treatment and prevention for everyone from children to seniors.