BLIND HOCKEY IS BACK!
Canadian Blind Hockey is pleased to announce our first round of fall programs including the return of our GTA Children and Youth Program, the W Ross MacDonald program in Brantford, the Ottawa 67’s Children and Youth Program, as well as all-ages Try It Sessions in Windsor and Vancouver. If you live in one of these regions and want to try #Blind #Hockey message us to join in on the fun today!
Canadian Blind Hockey is a charity that changes the lives of children, and youth who are blind or partially sighted by providing Blind Hockey programming including introductory try-it sessions, development camps, regional and national competitions, and by supporting the Canadian Blind Hockey Teams.
The parasport of Blind Hockey is played by athletes whose level of vision ranges from legally blind – which is approximately 10% vision – to completely blind, using an adapted puck that makes noise and is bigger than a traditional puck.
Canadian Blind Hockey programming is made possible by presenting partner AMI – Accessible Media Inc., National Program Partner The CNIB Foundation, as well as generous donors and sponsors coast-to-coast.
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