A woman wearing a denim shirt and jeans is standing at a wooden bar, speaking to a blonde man in a black t-shirt and grey apron behind the bar. There is a blackboard menu behind him with a list of 7 cheese toastie options. They are both in front of a yellow and navy painted café scene.

Almost half a million Australians live with low vision, which we predict will increase by 25% by 2030.

It’s time to make a change.

Stigma and a lack of understanding can be barriers to inclusion, which is why we’re thrilled to announce a new project that will help more Australians see the world through the eyes of someone with low vision.

The Pupil Project is a new 5-part video series designed to build understanding by showing the world through the eyes of someone with low vision.

This video series represents five real life scenarios that people in the low vision community can often find themselves facing, raising awareness of the real challenges and misconceptions they experience and was inspired through workshops with people who are blind or have low vision.

Watch the first video in the series

Simple ways to be inclusive

It’s hard to be inclusive if you don’t know how. In 2023, we learned that 72% of sighted Australians are open to learning more about being more inclusive*, but many don’t know what they can do. 

Whether it's through simple communication tips or practical situations like guiding someone with vision loss, promoting inclusivity doesn't have to be hard.

*Source: ntegrity Low Vision Survey_2023.

Learn the ways you can be more inclusive
Two women sit across from each other at a cafe, smiling as they place an order with the server.

Useful resources developed by our experts

Let's talk about eye conditions

Low vision is complex and can be caused by many different conditions.

Let's talk about eye conditions

Looking after your eyes

Maintaining your eye health is crucial to protecting your vision.

Looking after your eyes

Advocating for yourself

Asking for help can be hard for someone with low vision.

Advocating for yourself

Technology has gone Bigger, Bolder, Brighter

Technology is one of the most powerful tools for making inclusivity a reality.

Technology has gone Bigger, Bolder, Brighter

See the world through their eyes

Hear from the blind and low vision community about life with vision loss, and discover easy ways you can be more inclusive every day. You can also watch these videos with audio description, experiencing them from the perspective of someone with low vision.

A guide to living with low vision

When you first receive a low vision diagnosis, it can be challenging to figure out where to start with all the information you are given.

This brochure has been developed to show you the different supports, information and life hacks available for adapting to life with vision loss.

Download the brochure