When: September 20-26

This year we celebrate thriving Deaf communities.

BRCCED welcomes new CEO!

Monte Hardy joins BRCCED as the new CEO, effective August 1, 2021

Rumball organizations recognize and embrace our responsibility to ensure we welcome and contribute to a healthy society, which includes equal respect and attention to topics of diversity, anti-racism, discrimination culture and faith.  We encourage continuous dialogue, reflection and education to ensure we focus on inclusivity for all people.

Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf butterfly logo in white

OUR MISSION

To provide care and opportunities in a communication-rich environment that enhances the quality of life of those we serve.

About our Founder

The late Reverend Robert Leslie “Bob” Rumball was a pastor and advocate for the Deaf and those with special needs. His legacy began in 1960, when he established the Ontario Camp of the Deaf; and in 1979, opened the Ontario Community Centre for the Deaf (now called the Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf).

Deaf seniors activity in chapel in Bob Rumball Home for the Deaf

EarlyON (ages 0 - 6)

Arts & Crafts, Story Time and Education

PAH! Staff

Indigenious Sign Language

Interactive Learning

Deaf teacher teaching Deaf students

Deaf Newcomers to Canada

a day in the life

Deaf kids having fun at the Bob Rumball Camp of the Deaf on a tube in the lake.

Seniors Services

a day in the life

Developmental Services

celebrating cultures

About the Foundation

The Bob Rumball Foundation for the Deaf helps fund services, programs and activities that provide a higher quality of life and build a better future for the Deaf and those with multiple challenges.

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Rumball News

COVID-19 Mental Health Resources in ASL & LSQ

Disclaimer: The following online resources are to be treated as guidelines only. They do not necessarily reflect the laws, regulations, or policies of Canada, Ontario, or The Bob Rumball Canadian Centre of Excellence for the Deaf. ​​​​CDC’s YouTube channel presenting...

Let us tell you about PAH!

Need help? Please contact at PAH!:   Do you know about PAH!? PAH! is a children’s mental health program. We welcome all Deaf and hard of hearing children, youth, and families as well as hearing children of Deaf adults. We support any level of hearing loss, the...

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