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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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Tamara hits a high note with her musical skills

Have you ever visited the main shopping centre in Bunbury and been stopped in your tracks by a pianist whose musical talents have left you in awe? Chances are you will have been listening to Tamara Henry. The talents of Tamara Tamara is blind but her piano skills are exceptional. She was also born with…

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What’s on the menu today? Braille….

Restaurants and cafes are slow to serve-up Braille menus and we’d like to see that change. We think it should be standard policy for all eateries to offer Braille menus. We recently sent a call-out on our social media inviting cafes and restaurants to contact us so we could help create one for them. Cafe…

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Coming to terms with CVI – Walt’s story

Jess Reidy describes herself as a fairly relaxed and chilled person. She admits to being disorganised, but caring for her son Walt, she is meticulous remembering his appointments and schedules. She knows where she needs to be and at what time. “Walt takes after me, he is what I call – a cruisy child. I…

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Making a difference – Dog-Assisted Therapy for children

VisAbility’s Children and Youth Services has introduced a ground-breaking new program, the first of its kind in Western Australia. Led by occupational therapists, Dog-Assisted Therapy uses highly trained Labradors to deliver creative ways for children to achieve their therapy goals. The program is being offered to schools and families out of VisAbility’s Victoria Park hub,…

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