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15 Dec 2021
If you’re a listener to Vision Australia Radio content, tell us what you think and you could be one of 10 lucky winners to go home with an Amazon Echo Dot.
14 Dec 2021
It’s with the help of some amazing products that things become easy for Anushka Singh.
09 Dec 2021
Gary O'Donoghue holds one of the most coveted journalism jobs in the world.
09 Dec 2021
Vision Australia CEO Ron Hooton said ticketholders will need to show proof of their vaccination status to be audience members to be compliant with Victorian state COVID rules.
09 Dec 2021
Humanware’s Brailliant Bi14, one of the cheapest refreshable braille displays on the market, is being discontinued. 
06 Dec 2021
Wowing their audience and showing how far their public speaking skills have progressed, participants completed their final LEAP activity, a three-minute presentation on a topic of their choice.
06 Dec 2021
Vision Australia is moving to a new and exciting location in Gosford. From Monday, January 17 2022, Vision Australia will be located at Suite G02, 40 Mann Street, Gosford. Our current location at 3/237 Mann Street, Gosford, will be permanently closed as of 5pm Thursday, December 23. 
03 Dec 2021
Thomas Reid has created his own podcast series Reid My Mind to link others with low vision or blindness.
03 Dec 2021
On International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD), Vision Australia CEO Ron Hooton reflects on the need for Australian employers to move beyond just boasting about disability employment targets and do more to ensure people with disability are able to fully participate and succeed in workplaces across Australia.
02 Dec 2021
More than 100 Australians have a Seeing Eye Dog by their side thanks to Petbarn Foundation and their partnership with Vision Australia. That support has been acknowledged, with the Petbarn Foundation reciving the 2021 Vision Australia Corporate Award.