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20 Feb 2020
At just eight weeks old, Kai Loomes’ diagnosis of rare brain condition left his family “completely shocked.”
19 Feb 2020
Communications and marketing professionals can now ensure their messages can be understood and enjoyed by even larger audiences thanks to a new offering from Digital Access at Vision Australia.
19 Feb 2020
Our partnership with the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival (VAMFF) means this year’s event will be more accessible than ever for people who are blind or have low vision. Don’t worry if you can’t make it along to VAMFF though, we’ve pulled together some great fashion, shopping and wardrobe tips for you!
14 Feb 2020
Residents in the Central West region of NSW living with blindness or low vision have been encouraged to make the most of a new and convenient way to access specialist services.
14 Feb 2020
People with disabilities often run into accessibility issues when using everyday systems or services that most people take for granted. It's important that organisations understand the appropriate way to address these issues.
13 Feb 2020
This year, Vision Australia Radio is proud to be a media partner for the 2020 Perth Festival.
12 Feb 2020
Vision Australia has partnered with Curtin University to conduct the first in-depth research in Australia on smartphone usage among people who are blind or have low vision.
10 Feb 2020
Whether you’re about to start your university journey or getting ready for another year of study, it’s important to know the best way to stand up for your rights to ensure you’re getting the best education possible.
05 Feb 2020
Educator and counsellor, Dr Karen Wolffe will be Vision Australia’s keynote speaker at our upcoming Careers Sampler.
05 Feb 2020
Do you wonder how your child will prepare for their future? What skills do they need to develop, to support their long-term employability? Find out at the 2020 Vision Australia Careers Sampler on March 7.