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A Passion for Music meant Never Giving Up

From finding herself with diminishing vision in her twenties, thirty-two-year-old Jessica is now a bold and fiercely independent woman who won’t let any vision impairment stand in the way of enjoying her passions. This is her journey to independence.

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We’re so lucky at VisAbility. They’re all awesome, like unreal awesome. They really are a part of our family and they have done so much for Marc and so much for us. It’s not just a service, it’s an extension of our family..

Bec (Marc’s Mum)

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Team members help bring new app to life

Last week, Microsoft launched a new navigation app, called Soundscape. A cutting-edge application that empowers people living with vision impairment and blindness the ability to explore the world around them through 3D sound. We’re so proud that two of our team members, Vithya Vijayakumare and David Vosnacos played an important role in contributing to the apps…

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VisAbility welcomes GDA Board and CEOs

VisAbility was delighted to host the Royal Guide Dogs Australia Board and the Guide Dogs Australia Chief Executive Officers at the Perron Centre on Saturday 8 September. The 13 attendees, which include VisAbility’s CEO Dr Clare Allen and VisAbility’s Chair of the Board Mrs Debbie Schaffer (OAM), meet bi-annually to discuss progress against the GDA…

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Dining with Logan

This month, 21 year old Logan Shepperd is hosting a Dining in the Dark event to help raise money and awareness for Guide Dogs Tasmania. Logan lost his sight 18 months ago, and has been working with VisAbility on his orientation and mobility for the past year to become more independent and active. The sessions…

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School Holiday Program Fun

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. Below, Chloe Von and Caitlin Hannen-Williams, two clients of VisAbility Children’s Services recalls the excitement and fun they had on the recent July School Holiday Program. Let’s step into Chloe and…

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