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13 Apr 2022
Offering a bit of constructive feedback on the latest audio described TV show, theatre performance or movie you watched could get you in the running to win an iPad.
12 Apr 2022
In 2023, the Federal Government will introduce a new aged care program, Support from Home, replacing a number of current aged care funding streams including the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP).
12 Apr 2022
Over the next 18 months you’ll start to hear more and more about the Federal Government’s new aged care program, Support at Home. While there is still much unknown about the program, it’s important to be aware that these changes are coming and how you can be part of influencing them.
08 Apr 2022
However, living with blindness or low vision doesn’t have to be a barrier to a full, active and independent life. In an effort to highlight this, Vision Australia has recently launched their new book ‘Let’s Talk About Vision Loss’ featuring stories about some of their most inspiring clients to help shine a light on life after being diagnosed with a vision condition.  
07 Apr 2022
Join us in Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane and get hands-on with LEGO® Braille Bricks
07 Apr 2022
Both Rhyce and Caren have vision loss. They met at work at Vision Australia and bonded over Caren’s surprisingly affectionate Seeing Eye Dog Reba.
06 Apr 2022
As of May 2, 2022 we’re making some changes to our invoices to clarify how we invoice you for the preparation and follow-up that go into providing you with the personalised and specialist services you deserve.  
06 Apr 2022
As of May 2, 2022 we’re making some changes to our invoices to clarify how we invoice your NDIS plan for the preparation and follow-up that go into providing you with the personalised and specialist services you deserve.
04 Apr 2022
Digital versions of theatre plays are finding new audiences and creating unique accessibility options for people with blindness or low vision.
31 Mar 2022
This week on Vision Australia Radio’s Studio 1 podcast, hosts Matthew Layton and Sam Rickard speak to eight people with lived experience about their musings of lockdowns, masks and the fatigue of COVID-19.