Recognizing Our Partners

VLRC Distinguished Community Partner Award

The VLRC Distinguished Community Partner Award, established in 2022, recognizes VLRC's community partners for their outstanding contributions in expanding access to integrated vision loss rehabilitation. Working together, VLRC and their community partners enable blind or partially sighted Canadians to live the lives they choose. Learn more about the VLRC Distinguished Community Partner Award.

Championing a shared commitment to care

We’re proud to collaborate with leading organizations across Canada that provide outstanding health care, support, or community services to people with vision loss and other disabilities.

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Manitoba partners

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New Brunswick partners

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Newfoundland and Labrador partners

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Nova Scotia partners

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Ontario partners

  • Hadley School for the Blind: Creating personalized learning opportunities that empower adults with vision loss or blindness to thrive - at home, at work, and in their communities

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P.E.I. partners

  • AccessAbility Supports: Disability support program provided by the Prince Edward Island government
  • Holland College: Provincial community college offering programs in community studies, health studies, and more
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital: The largest hospital in the Province of P.E.I.
  • TAJ Day Program: Day programs for individuals with disabilities offered through TAJ Professional Care Workers Inc. ​

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Saskatchewan partners

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