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Children and Youth Program

Provided by: CNIB Foundation

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Service Description

Offers a variety of programming for children and youth experiencing sight loss.

  • Saskatchewan North Youth Leadership Program
    • Increases participants confidence and knowledge around transitioning to post-secondary and work environments.  Nurtures independence and helps youth find out what they are capable of, while having fun and learning to support themselves and others.
  • The Family Zoom Room
    • Children, ages 7 – 11, read stories, share talents and play family-friendly games.  Parents and siblings are welcome.
  • Young Adult Zoom Hangout
    • Provides a space for youth, 18 – 30 years of age to visit.
  • The Zoom Zoom Room
    • Children, 3 – 6 years of age, can interact, socialize and play with others experiencing visual impairment or blindness.
  • Tween Zoom Hangout
    • Youth, 10 – 14 years of age can play games, chat and make new friends.
  • Teen Zoom Hangout
    • Youth, 15 – 21 years of age can play games, chat and make new friends.
  • Virtual Music for Kids
    • Weekly music session for children and youth across Canada.  Groups are filled with songs, stories and more.
  • The Boyz Corner
    • Young men (ages 15 – 21) living with sight loss can come together for meaningful conversations.  Topics discussed range from masculinity, dating, expressing oneself and observing today’s music and media.
  • Post-Secondary Connect Online Group
    • Monthly discussions for students interested in connecting with others, exchanging ideas and discussing the challenges of attending post-secondary school with sight loss.


Varies by program/group - see description for details.

Application Process

Visit website to register.

Regina: 306-525-2571

Saskatoon: 306-374-4545

Toll-Free: 1-800-563-2642

Service Website





Coverage Area


Languages Offered


CNIB – Saskatoon


1149 8 Street East
Saskatoon SK  S7H 0S3

Get Directions

8th Street East, closest controlled intersection is 8th Street East and Clarence Avenue

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 12:00 pm (noon), 1:00 - 4:30 pm


Wheelchair access - front doors Wheelchair access - washroom

Fax: 306-955-6224

Toll-Free: 1-800-563-2642


Business Line: 306-374-4545



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