Therapy and Support Services Manager, Seb Della Maddalena ponders how non-text cues are a part of everyday life. “Across generations, people have referred to the three Rs; Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic. And yes, these are important. Emphasis is placed on developing reading skills, and rightly so, but we also shouldn’t forget the importance of pictures…
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Earlier this year, our Youth Support Officer (and brave explorer) Ryan Honschooten set sail on his three-month adventure at sea. On board the Tenacious, Ryan was planning to sail an almost complete circular navigation of the world. The crew would sail around Cape Horn, tackling the treacherous weather and strong winds. We’re following his 89-day…
As the 2018 Commonwealth Games gears up for a start in April, the traditional Baton Relay reaches its final stage. The Baton’s journey began some twelve months ago in London at Buckingham Palace. The Queen’s message contained within the Baton has made an extensive international trip, zigzagging all over the world before landing in Australia…
In late 2016, VisAbility’s Board decided to sell the Perron Centre in Victoria Park and informed its members at that time. The process of preparing the building for sale has been a long one and the building has been listed for sale this week. This decision has been made based on our vision for the…
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