Powering your independence
Whatever stage you're at, whatever advice you need, whatever's most important to you - at Vision Australia, we can help you live life on your terms. Ready to get started?
With your help
With your support from the start, a child like Hugo has a bright future
Order free simulation glasses
Simulating five common eye diseases, these glasses can support communication and education to patients, families and carers. Clinicians order here.
Artwork calendar competition
Entries are now open to all artists who are blind or have low vision, to feature original artwork in the 2022 Vision Australia Large Print Calendar or Diary.
End of financial year Virtual Classroom Training
Vision Australia’s Digital Access team is is encouraging organisations to make the most their training budgets and ensure their staff are trained in digital accessibility.
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
Register for Careers Sampler 2021
Children and young people who are blind, or have low vision, will come together to hear from a range of professionals about pursuing and achieving their career and employment goals.
A Different Kind of Seeing
Author Marie Younan and co-author Jill Sanguinetti will discuss their evocative memoir of Marie’s life, A Different Kind of Seeing, at Kooyong on May 19.
LEGO® Braille Bricks
Vision Australia is proud to have launched LEGO® Braille Bricks in Australia in partnership with the LEGO® Foundation.