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Listen: Surfing in the Dark on the ABC
Vision Australia was thrilled this week to launch Surfing in the Dark, the first book in the Big Visions series. Matt Formston, the book's protagonist, and Vision Australia Library's Vildana Praljak spoke to the ABC's Nas Campanella about the books.
Older people - have your say on aged care reforms
Vision Australia is providing consultation and responses to the Australian government on reforms to aged care and the impact this will have for older people living with significant vision loss. Vision Australia is encouraging our clients to participate in the reform process to ensure our community is represented.
This week on Talking Vision: World Glaucoma Week
Vision Australia Radio
Talking Vision is Vision Australia Radio’s flagship program, discussing the latest news and issues from a blindness and low vision perspective. On the show this week we hear from ophthalmologist Dr Nathan Kerr and orthoptist Renata de Lazzari as they join Sam for World Glaucoma Week running from March 12 to 18.
World Champion blind surfer Matt Formston shares his story to ins...
Big Visions, an initiative by Vision Australia, is a set of three children’s books that explore the individual stories of inspirational, successful Australians living with blindness or low vision. The books aim to help change expectations of what children and young people who are blind or have low vision can achieve to build strong foundations for life.
World Glaucoma Week 2023: Lucy's story
As part of World Glaucoma Week, Lucy's mother, Denise, shares her story with us.
2023 NSW State election: know your voting options
If you're eligible to vote in the NSW state election, we've compiled all the info you'll need to know.
Shashi returns to the workplace with help from Vision Australia
After seven years of unemployment, Shashi is back in the workforce thanks to assistance from Vision Australia.
Making your home accessible: The kitchen
Living at home
Living with blindness or low vision doesn’t have to be a barrier to people living independently at home. While there can be some challenges, there are a number of strategies and techniques that can help make the home accessible and safe.
Focus on closing the gap for Indigenous eye health
Indigenous Australians experience vision loss at three times the rate of the non-Indigenous population, many with the added challenges of accessing health services in remote communities. Since 2020, Vision Australia has worked to establish a strong presence and sustainable practice in Alice Springs, guided by the Central Australian Aboriginal Congress (Congress).