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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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The future of sound and video is 360 Immersive

It’s a new technology which has so much potential – 360 video and audio. It adds an extra dimension and can captivate an audience. For those with a disability it opens-up opportunities, making the impossible possible. VisAbility was invited to demonstrate its potential at the National Disability Scheme (NDS) WA State Conference with a presentation…

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My Cane My Way

Technology opening the doors to accessibility for White Cane users in Tasmania

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Racing towards donations – Harry’s obstacle course

If you’ve got a condition which affects your sight, what better way than explain it to your friends than through a blind obstacle race? That’s exactly what 11-year-old Harry Nicholls did to raise awareness of his condition. He wanted his friends to walk – or run – in his shoes and experience what it’s like…

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Occupational therapy – the misunderstood therapy

It’s Occupational Therapy Week and to mark the occasion we thought we’d shed a spotlight on our newest member of the team Sophie Stockwell. Sophie graduated from university just over a year ago and is keen to share her experiences as an occupational therapist. The 22-year-old works in our Children and Youth Services team and…

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