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Making a difference – Dog-Assisted Therapy for children

in Latest News, Stories of Independence

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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Georgie pedals into Perth to embrace city life

in Latest News, Stories of Independence, Uncategorized

18-year-old Georgie Beasley loves sport – you name it, she’s probably done it. Snowboarding, jet skiing, surfing, basketball, and netball, these are just a few activities this independent young woman enjoys. She’s just moved to Perth having grown up in Esperance. Georgie’s using the services provided by VisAbility as she adjusts into city life. I’m…

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Man leaning on a gate with a building behind him

Aged Choices

in Latest News, Our Team's Vision

As I walk down the bustling Elizabeth Street in the heart of Hobart, I walk into a café and stand in line to get my caffeine fix. I notice a group of jovial elderly people sitting sipping their flat whites. Two of them have white canes and the other third one consults his talking watch…

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We’re a winner!

in Latest News, Our Team's Vision, Uncategorized

We’re so proud to tell you that we’ve been presented with a top accolade recognising our leadership values. We’ve been presented with an award in the People2People Human Resource Management Excellence category in the Australian Institute of Management WA Pinnacle Awards. Presenting the awards Monica Kos from Channel 7 said: “Judges were looking for organisations…

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