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29 Jul 2021
Sarah Taylor vowed when she got married she would never become dependent on her husband due to her low vision. But when the relationship deteriorated a few years later, she found herself in a difficult situation. Podcast series Nothing's Off Limits delves into the world of relationships for people who are blind or have low vision.
28 Jul 2021
Blind since birth, Bill has been an avid world traveller. Speaking to Peter Greco on Talking Vision this week, Bill says following the customs and direction of locals can be very helpful.
28 Jul 2021
While there is no official broadcast of the Olympics on Australian radio, the team at Talking Tech have some tips on how to tune in to the Olympics coverage for blind and low vision sports fans.
28 Jul 2021
The Census counts every person and household in Australia. The information collected in the Census helps inform important services and support for people and communities right around Australia. The data from the 2021 Census will be more important than ever. It will provide valuable insights into how the pandemic has changed life in Australia.

26 Jul 2021
With over 230 million books sold, James Patterson is one of the world’s most popular and prolific writers. It goes without saying Patterson’s works are some of the most popular for Vision Australia Library members, who have been eagerly awaiting some of his new books in the catalogue.
21 Jul 2021
On this week’s Talking Tech, hosts Stephen Jolly and David Woodbridge discussed battery life on smartphones, particularly on the iPhone.
21 Jul 2021
This week on Vision Australia Radio’s weekly show Talking Vision, host Sam Colley delves into the world of blind and low vision fitness.
15 Jul 2021
Looking for a social outlet during the latest round of COVID-19 restrictions? Vision Australia is here to help you stay informed and connected.
14 Jul 2021
Newly appointed as Chair of Vision 2020, Christopher Pyne is this week’s special guest on Talking Vision.
14 Jul 2021
Ten of the best pieces of assistive technology Vision Australia recommends for newly diagnosed patients.