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08 Mar 2018
Children who are blind or have low vision can face challenges when it comes to developing communication and other social skills alongside their peers, which makes the work of Vision Australia's paediatric service providers extremely important.
08 Mar 2018
Vision Australia is best known for its services to the blind and low vision community, but its access appraisal team is available to help to design and construct buildings that are accessible to people with disabilities of all kinds.
08 Mar 2018
Ba Huynh Pham's vision loss ended his career as a dentist, but with support from Vision Australia, he's channelling his energy and creativity into his family and community.
06 Mar 2018
Voters who are blind or have low vision will for the first time be able to vote unassisted at next month's South Australian state election. The Electoral Commission of South Australia is offering VoteAssist, a service enabling South Australians who are blind or have low vision to vote independently, for the first time through the use of special computer software.
06 Mar 2018
Leading blindness and low vision service provider Vision Australia is urging people to use Orthoptics Awareness Week (OAW) 2018 as an opportunity to find out all the ways an orthoptist can support those living with vision loss.
02 Mar 2018
People who are blind or have low vision face many barriers towards finding and maintaining employment. Removing those barriers is a key aim of Vision Australia's Advocacy team, who are using real life stories to illustrate that people who are blind or have low vision are more than capable of being effective and committed employees.
02 Mar 2018
Access to the latest in technology and advice around the support it offers has been made easier for the blind and low vision community thanks to Vision Australia’s new flagship Vision Store and Tech Hub in Western Sydney.
02 Mar 2018
For the Batman by-election, voters who are blind or have low vision have the option to cast their vote by telephone.
28 Feb 2018
Voters who are blind or have low vision will for the first time be able to vote unassisted at next month's South Australian state election.
20 Feb 2018
Leading blindness and low vision service provider Vision Australia is calling for a united push to increase employment opportunities for people who live with a disability.