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04 May 2022
Despite what greeting cards imply, mothers aren’t one-dimensional creatures whose only purpose in life is to care for children.
Mothers are women who can be complex, tough, outrageous, wise, funny, and/or just plain bad.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, Sunday May 8, the Vision Australia Library has put together a list of some memorable mothers in books.
28 Apr 2022
Blind AFL is hoping to foster a national program as it establishes clubs outside of its Victorian base.
28 Apr 2022
The audio-based fitness program is unique in that it includes directions from a blind perspective; either by using clockface directions, reference points, and step-by-step instructions.
26 Apr 2022
The Australian Electoral Commission is providing voters living with disability and mobility restrictions with some convenient options to help them cast their vote for the 21 May federal election.
21 Apr 2022
Following the Stella Prize shortlist announcements for 2022, the library has put together a list of some of the winning and shortlisted titles available in the library for you to enjoy. All of the books are a brilliant testament to the diverse writing talent of Australian women writers.
21 Apr 2022
Speaking to Vision Australia Radio’s Studio 1, Phillip Murphy became an American music sensation after appearing on American idol in 2021.
21 Apr 2022
All NDIS participants will now have access to the My NDIS mobile app to see their budget and claims history as the agency boosts its coverage.
21 Apr 2022
Just in time for Mother’s Day on May 8, Vision Australia tech guru David Woodbridge has listed his favourite gift ideas for mums who are blind or have low vision.
19 Apr 2022
Could you help young people who are blind or have low vision prepare for future employment? Vision Australia is currently on the hunt for volunteer mentors for its 2022 Careers Sampler on June 4 in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
19 Apr 2022
The event helps connect young people who are blind or low vision with experts in various career paths, all sharing their own lived experience.