Travelling by bus invokes a feeling of independence, inclusion and freedom. The word bus is short for omnibus, which means ‘for everyone’. Metro and VisAbility get together to make bus travel for blind and vision impaired more accessible.
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Stories of independence
International White Cane Day (October 15) is the day to highlight the role the long white cane plays in mobility and independence for someone with blindness and low vision. The long white cane, or mobility cane is used to discover obstructions early to allow a person to navigate them safely.
Six years ago, Rosemary discovered painting. Now at 90 and with very limited sight, she’s been painting with oils. Rosemary has been perfecting her talent under the guidance of Art Therapist Robyn Laycock.
Discover more about her creative journey.
We’re establishing closer links with the Lions Eye Institute. The LEI is home to world class eye specialists.
Our Social Worker, Marija Clark, will be based at the clinic twice a week to offer support where it’s needed most.
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