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  1. One-on-one tutoring for children with disabilities who would otherwise lose school and literacy skills over the summer months. The tutoring is tailored to meet the needs of the student. Tutors come to the child's home but if not possible, they can meet the chi...
  2. One-on-one tutoring for children with disabilities who would otherwise lose school and literacy skills over the summer months. The tutoring is tailored to meet the needs of the student. Tutors come to the child's home but if not possible, they can meet the chi...
  3. One-on-one tutoring for children with disabilities who would otherwise lose school and literacy skills over the summer months. The tutoring is tailored to meet the needs of the student. Tutors come to the child's home but if not possible, they can meet the chi...
  4. Qualified instructors provide training to help people experiencing hearing loss and their families learn to communicate with each other using speech reading. This technique allows people to use visual cues to help understand what the person they are talking wi...
  5. Readasaurus KitProvided by: CNIB Foundation - PEI - AKA: Formerly Canadian National Institute for the Blind
    Provides tips and tools to help a child with sight loss to develop literacy skills. Kit contains: Audio story book Activity book Activity materials (tactile stickers, Wikki Stix, braille ruler, and magnifier) Door hanger and glow-in-the-dark braille wristbands
  6. Post-Secondary Peer SupportProvided by: CNIB Foundation - PEI - AKA: Formerly Canadian National Institute for the Blind
    Group provides participants with the opportunity to meet with their peers to share tips about coping in a post-secondary setting and everyday life. Includes guest speakers and information about services that may benefit participants, such as assistive technolo...
  7. Post-Secondary OrientationProvided by: CNIB Foundation - PEI - AKA: Formerly Canadian National Institute for the Blind
    Week long orientation to help students transition from high school to post-secondary education or employment. Funding available to cover transportation to Halifax.
  8. One-on-One TutoringProvided by: Learning Disabilities Association of Prince Edward Island - AKA: Formerly Prince Edward Island Association for Children with Learning Disabilities
    Individual after-school and summer tutoring services for students in a range of subjects and grade levels. Service can be provided as long as tutors who match the person's learning needs are available.Tutoring may also be available for adults if tutors are ava...
  9. Public library card holders with disabilities affecting their ability to read print materials have access to the Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA) collection. Books and other resources are available as downloads or can be borrowed and mailed to the pe...
  10. Provides support to pre-school and school-aged children with hearing loss.Services offered include: Assessment services Short Term Programs (STPs) Audiology services ASL specialist