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​​​​Vision Loss Rehabilitation British Columbia

Important Update: In-Person Appointments and Services for British Columbia

Learn more about how VLRC is continuing to provide services from the comfort of your own home, the steps we're taking to ensure the health and safety of our clients and staff, and other important information from our COVID-19 Resource Centre. The Canadian COVID Alert app is now available in six provinces. Please download it to your phone today.

Important update: The Prince George office is moving!

Vision Loss Rehabilitation BC is actively looking for a new home! We will be relocating our Prince George office in Spring of 2021.

Until then, clients can continue to access services virtually from the comfort and safety of their own homes, and our Prince George office will remain open by appointment only.

For more information call 250-563-1702

 Who We Are

Who We Are IconAs an independent healthcare service provider, funded by donors and partially funded by the Government of British Columbia, Vision Loss Rehabilitation British Columbia is the province’s leading provider of rehabilitation therapy for people with vision loss. With a commitment to the highest standards of care, we deliver results.
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 Patients & Families

Patients & Families IconLosing your vision can bring many challenges. Vision Loss Rehabilitation British Columbia is here to help. On referral, our certified specialists will work with you to understand your needs and develop a personalized plan to help you regain your independence, safety and mobility.see patients & fam​ilies

 Health Care Professionals

Health Care Professionals IconVision Loss Rehabilitation British Columbia is proud to be your partner in ensuring people with vision loss get the best possible care. If you have a patient whose vision loss is affecting their independence, safety and mobility​, your secure online referral will connect them to the support they need. 
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