Everyone experiences vision loss differently.
You may have trouble with your sight in the classroom, at home or work, or perhaps you experienced vision loss early in your life.
If your eyesight is affecting your ability to do the things that are important to you then Vision Australia can help.
You and your loved ones can access our support to understand more about your vision condition, and, as part of your support network, we can help you to develop your own personal plan to achieve the things that are important to you.
Talk to Vision Australia today
Tell us about your life, your goals and aspirations and together we will develop strategies that support you to live the life you choose. You can do this:
Call our friendly team on 1300 84 74 66.
Complete our online form yourself or ask a family member (carer or friend) to complete a form on your behalf.
Ask your eye specialist , health or education provider , assessor (RAS or ACAT) or My Aged Care staff member to make a referral.
Drop in to one of our local offices.
Other ways to get involved
Join the Vision Australia library
If you have a print disability, you are eligible to join the Vision Australia library.
Connect with others
Connecting with others is a great way to share information, tips, and experience on living with blindness or low vision and get emotional or social support from peers.
Become a volunteer
Find out about volunteering at Vision Australia.
Become a donor
Make a donation to support our services.
Become a member
Any person in the general community can become a member of Vision Australia. Read more about membership.
Contact us early and get the support you need. For more information on Vision Australia’s services call our helpline on 1300 84 74 66 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also connect with our services here.