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Impact Stories


Rachele, although faced with vision impairments, is a successful student in her third academic year of university thanks to the training and support from CNIB.


After an unexpected injury, George found himself unable to do the things he loved. Once he connected with Ability New Brunswick, his life completely changed.

Rhea and Anita

As a child, Rhea found support and friendship in her Big Sister Anita. Today, they’ve been friends for 30 years.


Growing up, I didn’t really have a place where I belonged. I couched surfed, stayed in group homes, I even slept on the street.


We had a good life in Syria before the war. My husband was a lawyer, I taught at the local university. But then it became too dangerous, I’d say goodbye each time I left the house unsure if I would ever return.


My twins are perfect. They’re smart, loving and a ton of fun. But they’ve also faced developmental challenges.


When I was young, I felt that money was equal to self worth, and my self worth was nothing. I dropped out of high school and became addicted to drugs.


Everyone knows what it’s like to face hard times. I’ve had my ups and downs, I’ve felt alone and disconnected.


It’s hard to prepare a healthy meal on a seniors budget. I was born during the ward, I didn’t worry about nutrition as long as my family was fed.