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Your NDIS success

Find out how Vision Australia can help you get what you need from the NDIS.

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Vision Store Support Centre

Customer satisfaction is our main priority. If you are not satisfied with the quality of our products or service, please visit the Vision Store Support Centre.

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The first day at school can be scary.

For a child who’s blind or has low vision, it can be downright dangerous. Meet Scarlett, a smart, fun-loving five-year-old.

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We Want You!

Vision Australia’s Digital Access team is looking for people with lived experience of disability to take part in upcoming user testing sessions.

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Order your simulation glasses now

5 simulation glasses to support communication and education to your patients, families and carers around eye diseases. Clinicians order here.

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Healthcare Professionals - refer when

1. Diagnosis of a permanent, non-correctible or progressive eye condition 2. Visual Acuity of ≤6/12 (BEO) &/or Visual Field of ≤30 degrees (BEO)
3. Vision loss is putting a patient at risk

Learning program for Seniors

Vision Australia is launching an exciting new program for clients aged 50+.
The ‘Be Connected’ program aims to increase the confidence, skills and online safety of older Australians.

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Vision Store

The biggest Vision store catalogue to date is now available. With the widest range of products including daily living aids, technology, out and about and more.

Clients experiencing our sensory campus

Do you know about our Sensory Campus?

When vision loss starts to impact daily living, it’s time to refer to Vision Australia.
Find out how services at our state-of-the-art Sensory Campus, can support your patient’s independence.

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