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23 Sep 2021
Science fiction  buff and Vision Australia Library member, Greg Smith, has read so many books in his favourite genre at one stage it looked as though he had read through the entire catalogue.
23 Sep 2021
Apple has released some new shiny toys. While many might feel it’s the same products spruced up with a new hat, there are a few upgrades that are interesting for the blind and low vision community.
23 Sep 2021
When Caitiln’s peers started landing part time jobs outside of school, it was a milestone she wanted to reach too. Unfortunately, her search wasn’t as easy.
23 Sep 2021
I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t hugely disappointed. So disappointed in the fact that being closed-minded is causing so many of Australia’s businesses to potentially miss out on the best candidate for a job, whether it be due to a lack of understanding or outright discrimination.
20 Sep 2021
Being diagnosed as legally blind has not stopped Leonie Smith from thriving at one of the busiest workplaces at the moment – a COVID-19 vaccination clinic.
20 Sep 2021
​​​​​​​New research is underway to better understand how the increase of electric scooters and similar vehicles on footpaths has impacted Australia’s blind and low vision community.
16 Sep 2021
Improved access to specialist services is on offer to Perth’s blind and low vision community, with the official opening of Vision Australia’s new West Leederville location.
16 Sep 2021
Fatherhood already comes with its challenges, but adding blindness to the mix can amplify the worry.
16 Sep 2021
Vision Australia’s blind tech guru, David Woodbridge details his favourite pieces of technology he’s got his hands on so far this year in the latest Talking Tech podcast.
09 Sep 2021
Triathlete Katie Kelly says the Tokyo games "took everything out of me”.