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Lifelong Quest for Independence

At the youthful age of 26, John Dark’s whole life was ahead of him. Full of  twists and turns, wonders and heartbreak.

A traumatic car accident left him vision impaired and with limited hearing. However, John fiercely held onto his vision for independence.

He hasn’t let anything stop him from living life the way he chooses.

Read John’s story here

We are so lucky at VisAbility. It’s not just a service, it’s an extension of our family. They’re just awesome. Seriously, to sum it up in one word, they’re awesome. They really are.

Marc’s Mother

Stories of independence

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Steffan bowls over obstacles

Welcome to our new collection of Stories of Independence; written about you, by you.  Guest writers are invited to share their own personal experiences, or express their views on the world around them. Below, Steffan Nero recounts some of the milestones in his remarkable sporting career. At only 17, Steffan has a passion for both Blind Cricket…

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John’s lifelong quest for independence

At the youthful age of 26, your whole life is ahead of you. Full of twists and turns, wonders and heartbreak. For John Dark, a traumatic car accident presented one such hurdle to overcome. It was 1963, and John was left vision impaired and with limited hearing. With courage and fierce determination, John underwent a yearlong…

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Meaningful employment for Kenneth

For Kenneth, his long and engaging career in the travel industry came to an abrupt halt when it was realised his eyesight had deteriorated too much to continue work. At 54, Kenneth Phua knew he had more to give and wanted to get back to work to keep himself busy. Not one to be disheartened,…

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Living Well on the journey to independence

On Tuesday 13th December over morning tea, the Living Well Group that runs weekly at VisAbility gathered to mark the end of 2016. Running for six weeks, the Living Well Group allows individuals living with disability to come together and share experiences about their own journey to independence. It is an opportunity for those in…

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