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Thankyou, Volunteers.

On the 7th December, a Morning Tea was held to celebrate and thank the 260 invaluable and selfless volunteers who contribute to the VisAbility community. “The work you do for Visibility, for people living with disability, is deeply meaningful. Your work is seen, it is highly appreciated, and it makes a difference.” – Debbie Schaffer OAM, VisAbility Chair

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VisAbility is its own community. I run into so many people who do similar things to me. They still go out, they still do very outlandish, outdoor activities. And they think like I think.

Liam Haven

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Tasmania trials ROAM

After VisAbility’s recent and exciting merger with Guide Dogs Tasmania, progress was underway to combine the wealth of knowledge, processes and practices! Orientation and Mobility specialist and Occupational Therapist, Amy Barrett-Lennard headed to Tasmania for two days earlier this month to assist the upskill of staff in one of the many areas of client service delivery,…

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International Volunteer Day Morning Tea

Earlier today on the 7th December, a Morning Tea was held to celebrate and thank the 260 invaluable and selfless volunteers who serve the VisAbility community. In recognition of International Volunteer Day, VisAbility invited their volunteers who participate in a range of services from Assistive Information services, Gateway services, Guide Dogs WA program, and the…

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Stories of Independence – Liam Haven

It was the 17th of May 2008. Liam was in Iraq, fighting for his country. On this day, Liam was blown up by a roadside bomb whilst returning from a routine patrol. He was only 19. Liam is now totally blind. This is his story. Liam Haven | Stories of Independence from VisAbility on Vimeo. Are you…

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Marc lying in the sun

Stories of Independence – Bec & Marc

On the 8th January 2012, Bec gave birth to her first child Marc. At 5 and a 1/2 months, Marc was diagnosed with Lissencephaly, a rare brain formation disorder. This is their story. Bec and Marc | Stories of Independence from VisAbility on Vimeo. Are you ready to change your life? Schedule a consultation today:…

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