Adaptive Devices and Accessible Services in Manitoba
 

 
Manitoba Telecommunications Services

Offers telecommunications services and products for people who are deaf, blind, deaf-blind or have low-vision. 

Phone: (204) 941-8557 
TTY: (204) 942-4942
Fax: (204) 949-0570 
Toll Free: 1-800-542-8703 


711 (Deaf Access Line TTY) ask for 1-800-542-8703 

For an appointment withMTS Special Needs please call the above number or email them at mts.special.needs@mts.ca


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Redwood Centre For Communication Disorders Inc
For the deaf, deaf-blind and people with low-vision, they have technical devices for everyday living for your home plus they even offer a free shuttle service to the three locations in Winnipeg. 

Redwood Hearing Centre
Transcona Medical Clinic
130-701 Regent Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R2C 1S3
Phone: (204) 942-7646
TTY: (204) 942-7641

Redwood & Main
77E Redwood Avenue 
Winnipeg MB R2W 5J5 
Phone: (204) 582-3968 
TTY: (204) 589-7322

Country Club Plaza
130-3025 Portage Avenue 
Winnipeg MB R3K 2E2 
Phone: (204) 885-6422 
TTY: (204) 885-6432
For more information visit their web site at www.redwoodhearing.com 
For their free shuttle service call 942-7646 (In Winnipeg) 

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Canadian National Institute for the Blind
Manitoban Division
They have two offices in Manitoba that offer adaptive and technical aids for the blind.

CNIB Manitoba Division
1080 Portage Avenue 
Winnipeg, MB R3G 3M3 
Phone: (204) 774-5421 
Fax: (204) 775-5090 
Toll Free: 1-800-552-4893 

The store is open Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

CNIB Brandon West District Office
354-10th Street 
Brandon, MB R7A 4G1 
Phone: (204) 727-0631 
Fax: (204) 727-1139 

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Victoria Hospital
For information about cochlear implants and what's available in Canada call Victoria Hospital in Winnipeg at: 

Central Speech and Hearing Clinic
Phone: (204) 477-3298 

If you would like to get additional information about cochlear implants visit www.deafness.about.com/cs/cochlearimplants 

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