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VisAbility Launches in Tasmania

We are very excited to announce our new partnership with Guide Dogs Tasmania. The merger is the culmination of many months of discussions between our two organisations, and increases our ability to provide life changing services to more people living with disability across Australia.

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Annabelle used to hang around with adults more than with her peers. With improvements in her speech and language she is now more confident communicating with people her own age.

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Stories of independence

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Edith Hoskins using her white cane

Determination key to independence

Seventy-nine-year-old Edith Hoskins is an active member of her community. This year, she has taken on the role of President of her local Probus club, she is a mentor to a student at the local high school, and she participates fully with the activities of her local church. By all accounts, Edith is independent and…

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Liam Haven VisAbility volunteer and client

Liam fights personal battle on the home front

It is Iraq. The 17th of May 2008. A world away from ours. A world filled with the physical and mental extremes of war. A world in which Liam Haven wakes to hurl himself into yet another day of danger, fighting for his country. Except this day is different. Because the 17th of May 2008…

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Freedom to go anywhere

Sixty-one-year old Hobart resident Anne Jackson always assumed she was clumsy. That was, until she was 40 years old and was told by an eye specialist that she did, in fact, have a severe vision impairment. “It was a bit of a shock,” she said. “I didn’t know anyone who had a serious eye condition.”…

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NDIS support for Noah

Noah is a wonderful young boy with a big personality. An enthusiastic eight year old, he loves Lego creations, swimming, jumping on the trampoline and his newest discovery, Dubstep music! Photo of dubstep loving Noah! Recently moving from Kalgoorlie to Kalamunda has meant a big change for Noah and his family. Moving suburbs, let along…

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