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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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David bats into action to bring blind cricket players together

If you’re passionate about sport, it’s only natural that you’ll want to share your enthusiasm with others. David Martin is such an ardent fan of blind cricket, that he’s going the extra mile by offering one-on-one free cricketing lessons. David’s aim? To establish a blind cricket group in Karratha. His tuition is open to all,…

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‘How I Learn’ project will empower students at school

VisAbility has created ‘How I Learn’ – a free tool to help young people with disabilities to advocate for their learning needs. It will empower them to have greater control over how they’re taught. The ‘How I Learn’ website means students with disabilities can document their learning and accessibility needs in one place. The new…

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Teddy bear and his Guide Dog explore WA in new book

The Tanami route from Halls Creek to Broome is one of the most well-known outback tracks, because it snakes from Alice Springs to Halls Creek in the Kimberley. This is the setting for a soon-to-be released children’s book about a teddy bear who’s blind. The journey is somewhat of an arduous trip across 1,000 km…

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Pound the pavement with Jane

Tassie girl Jane Bartlett has just moved back home from Melbourne and is starting a running meet up, for the blind and vision impaired community who would like to start running/ walking or jogging with like-minded people.

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