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An intervenor holds an tablet with large print notes for an elderly Deafblind client to read.
About Us

CNIB Deafblind Community Services is one of Canada’s leading providers of specialized support and emergency services for people who are Deafblind.

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An intervenor uses tactile ASL to communicate with a client. She holds her hand close to her face and touches her chin with one finger.
Programs and Services

Our programs and services  provide specialized supports to empower people who are Deafblind to live with confidence, independence, and safety.

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A Gardener planting flowers in the garden. On the left, there is a circular icon with the text, Growing Understanding. Deafblind Awareness Month. In the centre is the icon for two hand manual.

This year, in honour of National Deafblind Awareness Month, we’re proud to introduce the Growing Understanding Campaign. Join us as we plant seeds of awareness and help educate Canadians about people who are Deafblind from coast to coast to coast.

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A headshot of Sylvanna.

I’m grateful for Deafblind Community Services because they are my bridge to life. They fill in the missing pieces.

Sylvana, DBCS Client
A headshot of Mac.

I don’t know what I would do without [my intervenors] …they help me by taking me out to go shopping and banking as well as medical appointments. I enjoy my time so much.

Mac, DBCS client