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Empowering a new generation of teachers

Seb Della Maddalena, Manager of Support and Therapy and Ryan Honschooten, Youth Support Officer visited Curtin University last month.

The pair spoke to Education students, teachers in training who were encouraged to “be brave” and “think outside the box”.

“It’s important to have high expectations of all children, irrespective of disability” – Seb

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We Farewell Double Shot Cafe

It’s with heavy hearts, that we advise you of the closing of Double Shot café. After 10 years serving our clients, employees, and volunteers, the VisAbility Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to close Double Shot café by the end of this financial year. While it is well loved by everyone, it has…

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Jackson with one of his 3 medals

Jackson takes home gold

Fourteen-year-old Para-athlete Jackson has returned home to WA after successfully competing at his third national athletics event: the 2017 Australian Athletics Championships in Sydney. Jackson threw 42.48 metres in the U16 Para discus to break the national record in the F12 Para category, which has stood for twenty years. In the U16 Para throw events…

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VisAbility duo jet off to Ireland

At the end of June two of our remarkable Orientation and Mobility Specialists will be jet setting off to Dublin, Ireland to present at the 16th International Mobility Conference. Taking place from 26 June to 30 June, Amy Barrett-Lennard, a VisAbility Occupational Therapist and Orientation and Mobility Specialist and Jodie Bruce, VisAbility’s Social Worker and…

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Step into Harry’s shoes: living with Albinism

Welcome back to our collection of Stories of Independence. Guest writers are invited to share their own personal experiences, or express their views on the world around them. Tomorrow, 13 June, is International Albinism Awareness Day. Below, eighteen-year-old UWA medicine student Harry writes about his experiences living with Albinism. Through sharing this experience, we all have the opportunity…

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