Blind Beginnings News

Expanding Our Connecting through COVID-19! – a series of online groups and workshops

Dear Families, Registrations have been coming in steadily for our new online workshops and support groups.  So much so, that we have expanded some  of them.  If you haven’t already done so, please check these out and sign-up.  Here they are again with a few additions:   Meet a Youth Mondays Each week Shawn will… Read more Expanding Our Connecting through COVID-19! – a series of online groups and workshops

Gala 2020 Postponed

Gala 2020 – Our Vision is Limitless is postponed until November 6th Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic our Gala Dinner & Auction scheduled for May 2, 2020 has been postponed until Friday, November 6. The annual Gala Dinner and Silent Auction is an important fundraiser for Blind Beginnings as well as an opportunity for… Read more Gala 2020 Postponed

Baby Beginnings on March 14

Our next Baby Beginnings Group will be meeting on Saturday March 14! Our Baby Beginnings Program, in partnership with Vision Loss Rehabilitation Canada BC,  is a drop-in monthly group for babies (under age 2) and their caregivers. This month we are excited to be adding a parent support component to the program. What to expect:… Read more Baby Beginnings on March 14

2020 Summer Camp Programs

Summer is just around the corner and Blind Beginnings is offering two summer camp programs for children and youth who are blind or partially sighted and their families! 1. Camp Hornby (July 17-21) at Tribune Bay Outdoor Education Centre on Hornby Island 2. Family Adventure Camp (August 20-23) at Camp Byng in Roberts Creek, Gibsons… Read more 2020 Summer Camp Programs

Community Discovery to the Vancouver Public Library

Blind Beginnings is pleased to announce our February Community Discovery outing to the Vancouver Public Library!  What: Come join us on February 29 for an interactive workshop led by the Vancouver Public Library. Families will have an opportunity to learn about the resources available at library such as described video, audio-books, accessible service’s card and much more.… Read more Community Discovery to the Vancouver Public Library