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‘Power of positivity’ helps Harrison beat cancer

Behind Harrison’s easy smile lies a strength and resolve to live life fully, giving him a maturity well beyond his years. Full of gratitude and positivity – with just a hint of cheekiness – Harrison’s outlook on life is infectious. But as a young boy Harrison faced a challenge that took him to the brink of giving up. This is Harrison’s story.

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VisAbility gave me a light. I could finally see a light after disability. I could get up in the morning again.

Edwina (client)

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Building strength after a stroke with exercise physiology

Do you know about our Exercise Physiology service we offer at VisAbility?

One client who’s a regular to our Exercise Clinic is John Griffiths or ‘Griffo’ as he likes to be called.

Kane Perris, VisAbility Therapy Assistant has designed a special program for him to improve his muscle mass for better movement and function and John is reaping great results.

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Eyeing up improvements for vision care in Africa

We are fortunate enough to live in a developed country which offers excellent support services to people with vision loss.

But what about people living in countries which are underdeveloped such as Botswana?

VisAbility is proud to offer some mentoring advice to the Botswana Association for the Blind and Partially Sighted which has strengthened the organisation. Andrew Lyons, our Partnership and Development Manager has been explaining how this came about.

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New team leader for VisAbility Tasmania

By listening to our community we can gather information about issues which are important and can develop strategies and priorities for the future which meet peoples’ needs.

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Song Bird

Confidence in orientation and mobility (O&M) has helped to give me confidence in my singing. Learning to walk on my own again has helped me have confidence in my music.

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