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Canadian Council of the Blind (CCB)

ccbThe main objectives of the CCB are to give people who are blind or vision impaired a voice in their own affairs (through the consumer advocacy movement) and to provide rehabilitation through peer support and social and recreational activities.

The objectives of the Council are threefold:

  • To promote the well-being of individuals who are blind or vision impaired through higher education, profitable employment and social association, and to create a closer relationship between blind and sighted friends.
  • To organize a nation-wide organization of people who are blind and vision impaired and groups of blind persons throughout Canada.
  • To promote measures for the conservation of sight and the prevention of blindness.
  • Resource Details:
    Topic Area: Specific disability: blind, deaf-blind and visually impaired
    Type: Organization website
    Source/Organization: A national self-help consumer organization "of" persons blind, deaf-blind and visually impaired
    Geographic Focus: National
    Language: English and French
    Purpose: To act as the 'voice of the blind'
    Date reviewed: September 2014