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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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WA’s new World Class Hospital

VisAbility was recently thrilled to have the opportunity to go on a behind-the-scenes tour at the new Perth Children’s Hospital before it opened to patients. Associate Professor and PCH Head of Ophthalmology, Geoffrey Lam, invited VisAbility’s CEO Dr Clare Allen, Executive Manager Client Services Kary Macliver, and Manager Therapy and Support Services Seb Della Maddalena…

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Embrace your Differences on IAAD

“Embrace your differences, believe in yourself and don’t give up”. These are just a few of the mottos that young Karin Boulton lives by. The bubbly and positive high-schooler lives with Albinism, and she does not let this stand in her way of socialising, making friends or playing sport. Today is International Albinism Awareness Day,…

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Organisational Tips for Camps and Sporting Activities

Have you ever found yourself staring at a group of bags gathered together and wondering ‘where on earth did I put mine?’ If you’ve ever flown on an airplane, you might have experienced a feeling of panic as you noticed your black-coloured suitcase was one of 20 identical others quietly circling the luggage carousel. If you are someone living with…

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Dangerous Animals at Holiday Fun Club

On the last day of the April School holidays, seven budding biologists headed to the Perth hills to discover the many wild, harmful and dangerous creatures living in Australia. After a stop at Sculpture Park for an adventure through the magnificent playground, followed by a yummy homemade wrap, our biologists were soon clambering back on…

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