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  • Scene of the community from the animation I might not see you but you can always see me.
    Road and Pedestrian Safety campaign

    ‘I might not see you, but you can always see me’ is a collaborative campaign to address road safety for people who are blind or have low vision.

    To the campaign
  • Five Seeing Eye Dog puppies wearing blue coats
    School Holiday Fun at Seeing Eye Dogs

    Children can come and cuddle puppies, enjoy crafts and learn about the special role that these dogs will play in the community.

    To SEDA School Holiday Fun
  • A person typing on a laptop
    Do you need accessibility services?

    Our extensive website testing, training and development experience, plus our commitment to the needs of people with all types of accessible information requirements.

    To digital access
  • A man working at a desk, his seeing eye dog sitting behind him
    Let our vision help achieve your vision

    Vision Australia Employment Services provides employers with skilled candidates and tailored employment solutions to meet their individual business needs.

    To employment services
  • Lady and child reading in a library, using a magnifier
    Do you have a child with low vision?

    Vision Australia provides training and resources that enable children who are blind or have low vision to increase their choices and reach their full potential in life.

    To children's services
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