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Alberta

CHHA: Edmonton Branch
Employabilities (Edmonton, Alberta)
Employment resources for persons with physical disabilities.

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British Columbia

CHHA: BC Parents' Branch
Island Hearing Services
University of British Columbia: Human Auditory Physiology Laboratory (HAPLAB)
Research lab concerned with normal and impaired hearing in humans and with techniques for the identification and assessment of hearing impairment in infants.
Vancouver Oral Centre for Deaf Children
The VOC's mission is to enable children with hearing loss to achieve a high level of literacy through auditory-oral deaf education and to enable them to have every opportunity to be successful academically, socially and emotionally.
Western Institute for The Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The Western Institute for The Deaf and Hard of Hearing (WIDHH) is a provincial non-profit organization which acts as an information and service resource to deaf and hard of hearing people, and to concerned individuals and agencies.

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Manitoba

Society for Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD)
Provides services for the development of individual independence and community support for persons with disabilities.

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Newfoundland & Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador - Department of Health & Community Services
Newfoundland School for the Deaf
Newfoundland School for the Deaf - Canada-Newfoundland Cooperation Agreement: Itinerant Services Project

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Nova Scotia

APSEA Homepage
The Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority provides services for hearing impaired students.
Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Clinic
The Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech Clinic offers professional assessment to individuals with any form of speech, hearing or language impairment, but excludes children in school for speech-language pathology services only. Referrals to this facility can be made by doctors, through hospitals and other health agencies, or by the clients themselves.

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New Brunswick

Acadia Hearing Aid Co.
Serving New Brunswick's hearing aid needs.

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Ontario

Canadian Hearing Society (CHS)
Provides services that enhance the independence of deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people, and encourage prevention of hearing loss.
Equal Opportunity in Ontario
Explore experiences, ideas and resources through the Gateway to Diversity.
ODSP Employment Support
The Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) is intended to meet the unique needs of two people with disabilities and help them to become more independent. The ODSP has two parts: Employment Supports provides the supports people with disabilities need to get and keep jobs, and Income Support provides financial assistance to people with disabilities.
Ottawa-Carleton Hearing Aid Dispensary
Unitron Industries Ltd.
Manufacturer of quality hearing aids.

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Prince Edward Island

PEI Council of the Disabled
The PEI Council of the Disabled is the voice of Islanders with disabilities. The Council was formed in 1974 by concerned people with disabilities. Its original mandate was to speak out on issues such as housing, education, employment, transportation, human rights and access to support services, all of which it continues to address today.

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Quebec

Audio Controle Inc.
Makers of hearing aid instrumentation.

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Yukon Territory

Yukon Council on Disability
Organized to be a voice for the Yukon community of people with disabilities on issues of equity, community awareness and government policy - fostering opportunity for Yukoners with disabilities.

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