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Empowering a new generation of teachers

Seb Della Maddalena, Manager of Support and Therapy and Ryan Honschooten, Youth Support Officer visited Curtin University last month.

The pair spoke to Education students, teachers in training who were encouraged to “be brave” and “think outside the box”.

“It’s important to have high expectations of all children, irrespective of disability” – Seb

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VisAbility gave me a light. I could finally see a light after disability.
I could get up in the morning again!


Stories of independence

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Hannah sits in a wooden chair hugging a dog in her arms

Hannah heads to SALSA Camp

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, Hannah Frederiksen a client of VisAbility Children’s Services recalls the excitement and fun she had at the recent SALSA Camp. The Social and Life Skills Activity Camp (SALSA)…

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Six Curtin University Education Students pose for a photo with Seb, Ryan and Dr Karen Nonis

Empowering a new generation of teachers

At the beginning of May, VisAbility was given the opportunity to empower the next generation of teachers, encouraging them to “be brave and think outside the box”. VisAbility was invited to speak to Curtin University Education Students; a community initiative facilitated by Dr Karen Nonis, Coordinator of the Bachelor of Education Inclusive Education unit. In…

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Caris Parry, Kate Shelton, Vithya Vijayakumare and Leone Carrol pose for a photo at the Opening Afternoon

VisAbility gets creative for accessible art

Over the past month, VisAbility has been extending its Accessible Information Services for use in a rather unusual circumstance. Artist and Curator Elizabeth Bills, along with seven other Perth-based artists, have this year been involved in creating an accessible, immersive and tactile art exhibition in PS Art Space, Fremantle. The exhibition titled For The Lonely,…

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VisAbility hosts Round Table 2017, a stunning success!

Last week the annual Round Table conference came to Perth, and was hosted by none other than VisAbility! The 2017 Round Table Conference focused on information access, and the new modes, technologies and opportunities available for people with print disabilities. Held from Saturday 6 May to Tuesday 9 May at the Mecure Hotel, national delegates…

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