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08 Aug 2012
PEOPLE who are blind or have low vision are five times more likely than the average Australian to be unemployed.
08 Aug 2012
This year Vision Australia Library Service reached a milestone of 20,000 clients.
08 Aug 2012
Robyn Winslow recently caught up with Dr. Shari Parker, a doctor, parent and advocate who lives with albinism.
08 Aug 2012
Seeing Eye Dogs Australia (SEDA), a division of Vision Australia, matches people like Mark with specially trained dogs. And, with more and more Australians losing their sight each year, the need for qualified Seeing Eye Dogs is growing rapidly.
08 Aug 2012
Congratulations to our newest batch of Orientation & Mobility Specialists who completed their Graduate Certificate in Vision Impairment (Orientation and Mobility) course in Kensington this week.
08 Aug 2012
An increasing number of people requiring services has prompted Vision Australia to expand its facilities in Gosford, NSW, moving to a new centre to address the growing need in the region.
08 Aug 2012
As we gear up to support our Olympians in London, our Paralympic athletes are training hard to prove they are just as worthy of recognition.
08 Aug 2012
Finally there's a sport the whole family can enjoy together - Swish.
08 Aug 2012
Professor Ron McCallum AO, Deputy Chair of Vision Australia and Senior Australian of the Year 2011, talks to Qantas about his favourite place - the Vision Australia library.
08 Aug 2012
In the program for the week of June 11, we bring you news of an innovative application of communications technology to assist children with vision and or hearing loss living in remote Australia. Also, we further explore the impact of the Government disability and aged care reforms for people who are blind or have low vision.