Peer Support Opportunities to meet people and make friends

Whether you have recently experienced a change in vision or you have had low vision from birth, it’s important to feel as though you are a connected member of the community.

We provide many opportunities to meet with other people who have low vision. By sharing stories, understanding, experiences, and friendships, you can draw support or simply enjoy making new friends.

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Peer Support What kind of programs can I access?

Peer Connect Phone Telephone Support.

One on one conversation with a peer who has similar life experiences to you.

Living with an Acquired Brain Injury and Vision Impairment Day.

A one day group program offering information about brain function and the supports available for people with changes to their vision following an Acquired Brain Injury.

Orientation and Mobility Group Programs.

People come together to participate in activities that focus on independent travel in a supportive group setting.

DIVAs.

Join a group of women who meet once a month to participate in various community activities.

White Cane Day (October 15) and International Guide Dog Day (April 27).

People come together to promote public awareness of mobility and low vision.

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Peer Support How can I get involved?

If you are interested in learning more about our Peer Support programs, get in contact via our referral form.

To join or explore starting a Peer Support group in your area, please register your interest:

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