A message from the Board of the Ontario Mission of the DeafApril 23, 2020 Friends of the Camp of the Deaf I write to you today on behalf of the Board of the Ontario Mission of the Deaf. We are living in very strange and unusual times. This does impact the use of the Deaf Camp. The camp was shutdown in early March ahead of...
HELP! PPE needed for Barrie (BRHD)!!We have an urgent need at our Long Term Care home in Barrie (BRHD) to meet the critical demands of our healthcare professionals who are working tirelessly to help keep our community healthy and safe. You can help by donating supplies! As we continue to move through...
PSA: COVID-19 information in ASL
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Public Service Announcement in ASL. Learning about what COVID-19 is, and what you can do to keep you and others safe.
Essential & Non-Essential Visitors are permitted on-site. Visitors must be 5 years of age or older. Visitors must provide proof of being fully vaccinated or conduct a Rapid Antigen Test on-site prior to entry. Visitors must follow IPAC measures when on-site (e.g. masking, physical distancing, etc.)
BE ADVISED: All Bob Rumball locations are closed for visits until further notice. Please continue to monitor this page for further updates.
Mar 14: *ATTENTION* BRHD closed for visits per Chief Medical Officer of Health
As directed by the Chief Medical Officer of Health, the Home is now closed to visitors, volunteers, interpreters, community workers and others who visit the Home, effective immediately.
Mar 10: COVID-19 & BRHD Visits[webmaster’s notes: this post has been deprecated but is kept here for reference only. please see newest announcement as found on front page] March 10th, 2020 MEMO TO: ALL FAMILY MEMBERS, FRIENDS AND VISITORS FROM: SHIRLEY CASSEL We have been directed by the...
Memorial Landscape Campaign
If only the walls could talk…we would hear shared stories from long ago, a silly little giggle, simple and pure laughter from a lifetime event, a few tears shed for a friend who has passed, and most of all, snippets of cherished memories from family members who invited us into the lives of their loved ones over the time they graced our Home. Thanks so much for the memories. We have been truly blessed.
SESQUI Virtual Reality Exhibit is coming to the Deaf community!
On Tuesday September 19th from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm, SESQUI will be coming to the Rumball Centre. Free admission! See Canada in full 360°!
Too few intervenors to assist those who are deaf-blind
Thousands of people in Ontario are deaf-blind, but too few people pursue training in intervention to serve in fulfilling role.