Today, CNIB held the Grand Opening of their new offices located at 4900 Wyandotte St. E. Suite 200, Windsor, Ontario.  Their new location is considerably more accessible – they are on two bus routes – bright and cheery, and provides a professional atmosphere for the staff and clients.  CNIB will be celebrating 100 years of service to communities in 2018, and have undergone a strategic development exercise to aim them over the next four years.  Their two main goals are:

1. To integrate rehabilitation therapy for Canadians living with vision loss into the continuum of care so essential services are available to and covered for every person who needs them.

2.  To redefine CNIB’s role as a charity that is relevant and meaningful to all Canadians in anticipation of the organization’s second century. 

CNIB is one of the six charter member agencies of United Way of Chatham-Kent, joining the “family” in June, 1948. 

L to R: Sherry, Malcho – Regional Director, Betty Leeson – Regional Manager, Jan Huebert – Regional Leadership Council, Shauna Boghean – Orientation and Mobility Specialist, Percy Hatfield – MPP Windsor-Tecumseh, and Len Baker – Executive Director Regional Vice President CNIB Ontario and Nunavut Services and Operation.