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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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A Passion for Music meant Never Giving Up

There are a few things that hold a very special place in Jessica Maloney’s life; family, friends, music and her vision impaired pet bird Doody. The 32-year-old identical twin has steely determination, after finding herself with diminishing vision in her late 20s and overcoming the challenges that this brought. In 2011, Uveitis was found in…

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A group of children stand beside the mini bus at Senior Bush Camp

April SALSA Camp RSVP date extended

We have a few places left on our April SALSA Camp for our Children and Youth Services clients in Western Australia. The RSVP date has been extended to Thursday 5 April – act quickly, as it’s first in best dressed! In 2018, we are heading off to the Nanga Bush Camp which is located in…

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Image of an elderly woman sitting in her lounge room with pages from her thesis

Creativity Counts

For Launceston woman Joan Webb education is the key to a long healthy life. Joan has age related macular degeneration in both eyes, the principal cause for legal blindness in 50% of Australians. Treatment can help, however the condition can’t be cured. Not to let obstacles stand in her way, at 91 Joan just completed a Doctor of…

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Building Better Beginnings

On Tuesday 20 March, the State Library of Western Australia (SLWA) and VisAbility launched the Baby Ways Touch and Feel Backpacks in celebration of World Storytelling Day. From 2015 to 2017, VisAbility collaborated with the SLWA on the Better Beginnings Family Literacy Program, an initiative that sees all Western Australian newborn babies receive a reading…

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