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Accreditation and​ certification​

​As Alberta’s leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Alberta is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals​ (ACVREP). O​ur specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website for more information.

​Our commitment to diversity

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Alberta​ strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

Accredit​ation and certification​

As British Columbia’s leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation British Columbia is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals​ (ACVREP). Our specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017.​

Our commitment to diversity

Vision Loss Rehabilitation British Columbia strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

​​​​​Accreditation​ and certification​

As Manitoba’s leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Manitoba is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals​ (ACVREP). O​ur specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website for more information.​

Our commitment to diversit​y

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Manitoba​ strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

Accre​ditation and certification​

As New Brunswick’s leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation New Brunswick is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP). Our specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website​ for more information. 

Our commitment to diversity

Vision Los​s Rehabilitation New Brunswick strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

Ce​rt​ification​​

​As Newfoundland and Labrador’s leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Newfoundland and Labrador is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals​ (ACVREP). Our specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website for more information.

Our commitment to diversity

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Newfoundland and Labrador strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

​Certification​

As Northwest Territories' leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Northwest Territories is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP). Our specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website for more information. 

Our commitment to diversity

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Northwest Territories strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

Accreditation and c​ertification​

​As Nova Scotia’s leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Nova Scotia is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals​ (ACVREP). O​ur specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website for more information.

Our commitment t​o diversity

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Nova Scotia strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

​​​​Agrément et attestation ​

Réadaptation en déficience visuelle Ontario est un organisme reconnu par la Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). CARF International est un bureau d’attestation des services sociaux et de santé. CARF est un organisme indépendant sans but lucratif. Veuillez visiter le site Web de CARF pour plus de renseignements (site offert en anglais seulement). 

À titre de principal fournisseur de services de réadaptation en déficience visuelle en Ontario, Réadaptation en déficience visuelle Ontario s’engage à fournir un service de très grande qualité à tous ses utilisateurs. Pour cette raison, nous nous engageons à faire en sorte que tous nos spécialistes soient agréés par l’Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP). Plusieurs d’entre eux le sont déjà. Nous prévoyons que tous nos spécialistes seront agréés à l’été 2017. Veuillez visiter le site Web de ACVREP​ pour plus de renseignements (site offert en anglais seulement). 

Engagement à l’égard de la diversité

Réadaptation en déficience visuelle Ontario s’efforce d’instaurer et de préserver un environnement inclusif, car l’organisme croit que la diversité constitue un atout inestimable. Réadaptation en déficience visuelle Ontario s’engage à respecter des pratiques fondées sur le mérite, la transparence, l’accessibilité et l’inclusion.​

Notre Plan stratégique

2020-2024 : Viser plus haut

Viser plus haut, le plan stratégique pluriannuel de Réadaptation en déficience visuelle Canada présente quatre objectifs ambitieux qui seront le moteur de notre action visant à fournir des soins de haute qualité, en favorisant l'autonomie et en soutenant tous les Canadiens ayant une perte de vision.

Accreditation an​d certification​

As Prince Edward Island’s leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Prince Edward Island is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP). Our specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website for more information. ​

​​Our commitment to diver​sity

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Prince Edward Island strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

​​Accreditation and ​certification​

As Saskatchewan’s leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Saskatchewan is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP). Our specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website for more information. ​

Our commitm​ent to diversity

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Saskatchewan​ strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.

​​​Vision Loss Rehabilitation Yukon is a health services organization. We provide training that enables people who are blind or partially sighted to develop or restore key daily living skills, helping enhance their independence, safety and mobility. Our certified specialists work closely with ophthalmologists, optometrists and other health care professionals, providing essential care on a referral basis in homes and communities across Yukon.

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Yukon is operated by CNIB and funded by donations and the Government of Yukon.​

Mission

To change what it is to be blind through innovative programs and powerful advocacy that enable Canadians impacted by blindness to live the lives they choose.

Values

Empowerment
Inclusiveness
Innovation
Passion
Collaboration
Integrity

​​​​​Certification​

As Quebec's leading provider of vision loss rehabilitation therapy, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Quebec is committed to providing an unmatched quality of care for all we serve. For this reason, we are committed to ensuring all our specialists are certified by the A​cademy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals (ACVREP). Our specialists hold ACVREP credentials today, and all are expected to be certified by mid-2017. Visit the ACVREP website for more information. 

Our commitment to diversity

Vision Loss Rehabilitation Quebec strives to establish and maintain an inclusive environment and believes that diversity is an invaluable asset. We are committed to practices based on merit, transparency, accessibility and inclusion.​

Our strategic plan

2020-2024: Aim Higher

Aim Higher, Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada's first multi-year strategic plan, outlines four ambitious goals that will drive our work providing high-quality care, enabling independence, and supporting all Canadians with vision loss.