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Can you help shape My Vision?

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Seeking participants for the VisAbility My Vision project My Vision is an online and interactive resource being developed to inform people living with vision impairment, their families and professionals about the choices that are available to meet their needs. VisAbility is seeking participants to contribute to My Vision to ensure that the project can inform…

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vision impairment discusses her NDIS plan with a VisAbility staff member

NDIS Information Session for Local Coordinators

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Local Coordinators in the Perth metro area are invited to a professional development information session on VisAbility’s innovative, life-changing services for people with disability. Find out about: Our vision for independence Services and supports available Information on eye conditions Daily living impacts Asking the right questions How to connect with us Event Details Location: Wesfarmers Theatrette,…

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VisLibrary: On the Road again

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Last week the Accessible Information Services were out and about with their roadshow, visiting your local community libraries. Partnering with the State Library of Western Australia, VisAbility Library engages with Perth communities to promote the range of services available to those with a print disability. On Monday 28th, Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th August, VisLibrary…

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Good luck Bonnie!

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Over the last couple of month, VisAbility’s Children and Youth Services welcomed a friendly face into their team. Curtin University student Bonnie Hughes decided to spend the final placement of her Occupational Therapy degree here at VisAbility, an opportunity for her to learn more about the range of services we offer. We managed to catch…

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Sensory Storytime visits VisAbility

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During Term 3 Playgroup and VisPlay came together to experience a 6-week Sensory Storytime program brought to us by the Sensorium Theatre. Driven by the mission to engage and spark the imaginations of young children with special needs, Sensorium is a custom-made, multi-sensory theatre company. Sensorium Theatre’s most recent program, Sensory Storytime, was inspired by the…

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Getting Organised

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With activities to get to and from, school drop offs, preparing family meals, homework, let alone having a minute to sit down and take a break, keeping organised can often be the least of our worries! Keeping things organised assists with being able to locate items easily, reduces frustrations for your child, reduces the time…

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