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The Honourable Stephen Dawson MLC, Minister for Disability Services and Debra Barnes, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, VisAbility in front of My Vision My Choice banner

Navigate the NDIS with My Vision, My Choice

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VisAbility has officially launched My Vision My Choice, a new online resource to assist people with vision impairment to navigate the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). The website was officially launched by the Honourable Stephen Dawson MLC, Minister for Disability Services, at VisAbility’s Perron Centre in Victoria Park on Friday 16 November. “Congratulations to VisAbility…

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Introducing My Home, My Choice

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Do you want to be empowered to lead a healthy and fulfilled life? My Home, My Choice is a co-design partnership between Studio Halton Universal Design & VisAbility. We’re merging our expertise in innovative design and disability services to deliver beautiful home modifications for people with disability in Western Australia. A highly qualified team of…

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VisAbility now offers Exercise Physiology

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Did you know that VisAbility now offers Exercise Physiology? An exciting new part of our multi-disciplinary therapy services, Exercise Physiology uses exercise to increase fitness, rehabilitation or treat health conditions, injuries or disabilities. It can have positive effects on your overall health and wellbeing. Felicity Austin, our Community Activity Centre Team Leader, is an accredited…

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ROAM Program receives top honours at national awards

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VisAbility is delighted to have been announced as the winners of the Outstanding Organisation Award at the 2018 HESTA Community Sector Awards in Sydney last night. The top-award recognised the cutting-edge delivery of mobility and orientation services to people who are blind or vision impaired using real-time, remote video assistance through the ROAM (Remote Orientation…

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Have you met Shannon?

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We’d love you to meet Shannon, our new Occupational Therapist (OT) who has recently joined our team at the VisAbility Children’s Therapy Centre. Shannon and her boyfriend towed a U-Haul trailer some 4000 km, all the way from Kalgoorlie (Western Australia) to start a new life in Tassie. Shannon’s interest to become an OT was sparked…

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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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