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Team members help bring new app to life

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Last week, Microsoft launched a new navigation app, called Soundscape. A cutting-edge application that empowers people living with vision impairment and blindness the ability to explore the world around them through 3D sound. We’re so proud that two of our team members, Vithya Vijayakumare and David Vosnacos played an important role in contributing to the apps…

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Welcome Davinia, Clinical Psychologist

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  VisAbility is delighted to welcome Davinia Lefroy, clinical psychologist, to our team of specialists in our Children and Youth Services (CaYS). Davinia also provides services to adults who have NDIS funding. She joins our team with a wealth of knowledge, passion and lived experience. Davinia is legally blind, and has developed an established career…

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VisAbility Community Hubs

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) has been described as the most significant social reform since Medicare. The scheme’s foundation of providing user choice and control has changed the landscape for disability services providers such as VisAbility. As a result, we’ve reshaped our business model to meet the new market-style disability service system. It means…

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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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