Click on any of the job titles below to open and read about new and exciting career opportunities in the field of deafblindness. *Please note that jobs listed here are posted for 30 days before being removed. July 24, 2020 Deafblind Intervenor (Personal Family Home, Toronto, ON)
COVID-19 & return to normal: when restrictions lift, most would wait at least two weeks before resuming routines Parks and workplaces top the list of places Canadians would like to see re-opened first April 20, 2020 – As debates simmer over how to continue to squash the spread of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 without […]
by Dr. Aland Wolfelt Have you noticed a number of people are saying some variation on, “I just can’t WAIT until these restrictions are lifted”? The trouble is, in our fast-paced, hurry-up culture, we’re not good at waiting. Waiting for a streaming movie to buffer, waiting to restock our larders, waiting to see how the […]
How can your gift impact an individual who is deafblind? Read how the National Support Fund assisted Penny in obtaining equipment necessary for her to be able to actively participate in meetings. #GivingChallengeCA
How can your gift impact an individual who is deafblind? Read how the National Support Fund assisted Penny in obtaining equipment necessary for her to be able to actively participate in meetings. #GivingChallengeCA... See MoreSee Less
In conjunction with Deafblind Awareness Month taking place in June, CDBA National is also proudly participating in the Great Canadian Giving Challenge...and we would love your support!
What is the Great Canadian Giving Challenge you ask? It's a national contest designed to raise much-needed dollars to support the activities of charities across the country. The grand prize in the contest is a $20,000 donation to the winning charity!
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