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Young powerhouse an advocate for peers

After receiving a shock diagnosis in high school, 21-year-old Ming Luo now uses her experiences of living with vision impairment to advocate for her peers. This determined and fiercely independent woman has the world at her feet. This is Ming’s story.

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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.

Edwina (client)

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Young powerhouse an advocate for peers

As Ming Luo walks across the stage in Winthrop Hall at the University of Western Australia as a graduate in December, a Bachelor degree in Economics and Finance under her belt, her future will stretch out before her. A bright, shimmering horizon full of possibility. Full of adventure and excitement. It’s hard to believe only…

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Remember what you ‘Cane Do’ this October

Two thirds of white cane users with vision impairment are grabbed by the public VisAbility and Guide Dogs WA remind community what they ‘Cane Do’ to lend a helping hand: ‘Just ask us first’. New research from two different surveys has revealed an over-eager Australian public misunderstand how to best assist people who are blind…

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Learn about transitioning to MyAgedCare

“As the ageing population increases, we now find ourselves at a time when we see a significant amount of people over 65 who are or will be transitioning to MyAgedCare funding. This can be very daunting for people as they navigate this new system.” says Manager, Specialist Services, Andrew Lyons. Though Andrew believes that asking…

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Empowering Students in VisAbility’s How I Learn Project

Do you ever feel school is more difficult than it needs to be? Do you ever feel frustrated that teachers don’t seem to understand your learning needs? VisAbility is creating a website to empower high-school students with disability to share their unique learning and accessibility needs with their teacher. We want your help in creating…

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