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01 August, 2019
Various locations throughout regional areas
where Walking with Willpower programs can be found
BSRV would like to hear from adults who are blind or have low vision living in regional areas, and are interested in being part of the Walking with Willpower program. We are looking to increase opportunities for people who are blind or have low vision living in regional areas by linking you up with programs in your region.
01 October, 2019
Vision Australia Sunshine, 20 Withers Street
Join us to experience and learn how the latest in adaptive technology can make day to day tasks easier for people with vision loss. The workshops are run on the first Tuesday of every month, covering different, exciting topics. Each session is offered in both the morning and afternoon. Attend as many sessions as you like, and choose whichever time suits you!
07 October, 2019
Jamieson Way Community Centre, 59 Jamieson Way
Come along with your children to our Baby Goose playgroup, run by our Early Childhood Specialist Teacher and Hearing Australia. This is an opportunity for your child to learn through play in a nurturing environment, while having fun and socialising with other children. Morning tea will be provided.
19 November, 2019
Vision Australia Ringwood, 3 Civic Place
Come and join our specialised technology course and learn new skills to support your independence, and make day to day tasks easier. This course will be led by our experts specialising in assistive technology who will support you in practicing your new skills.
19 November, 2019
Vision Australia Ringwood office, Shop 3, Civic Place, Ringwood VIC 3134
Come and join our technology course to learn how to make Microsoft Windows easier to use. This will make it simpler to access the internet and email, so that it’s easier to do things like obtain information and keep in touch with family and friends. This course will be led by our experts specialising in assistive technology who will support you in practicing your new skills.
22 November, 2019
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Pl
Come and visit Vision Australia at booths 37 and 38 at the Seniors and Disability Expo! Join in our Assistive Technology workshop, where you can learn about the latest adaptive technology.
23 November, 2019
Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre Melbourne 100 St Kilda Road
Rosalind Franklin was one of the great scientists of the 20th century. In 1952 she used x-ray diffraction photography to examine the intricate structure of DNA, but her trail blazing work was never recognised. The scientific establishment at King’s College, London simply could not cope with her genius, her self-confidence or her stern disregard for authority. Threatened by her brilliance, Rosalind’s rivals scandalously stole her research and were awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering the double helix.
26 November, 2019
454 Glenferrie Rd
You are invited to Vision Store's Tech Tuesday upcoming workshop – EasyFlip 4G Mobile Phone from Olitech.
30 November, 2019
State Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne 100 St Kilda Road
When Pavarotti sang out the top B in Puccini’s ‘Nessun dorma’ across a huge crowd at the 1990 FIFA World Cup, the world collectively held its breath. A generation of football fans were learning what opera was all about - music that can transport you to another world, another place, a place where emotion wells up inside you at the sound of a single note.
06 December, 2019
Biomedicine Discovery Institute, Monash University, Clayton Campus, Wellington Rd
After such a successful 2018 Sensory Scientific Exhibition, the Biomedicine Discovery Institute are bringing back the Discover Day in December 2019.