Latest news

15 Jun 2018
Christine Simpson is the 2018 recipient of The Tammy Axelsen Lifetime Achievement Award. Presented by the Roundtable for Information Access, the award recognises people who have made outstanding contributions to the print disability sector.
15 Jun 2018
In order to safeguard the voting rights of Victorians who are blind or have low vision, Vision Australia is lobbying Victorian MLCs to encourage an amendment to the Electoral Legislative Amendment Bill 2018, currently being debated in the upper house.
14 Jun 2018
Thanks to some of the latest assistive technology available, a group of Vision Australia clients were given the opportunity to experience two of Sydney’s biggest attractions.
07 Jun 2018
The Vision Australia Library Service recently surveyed young adult borrowers to get an idea of what they would like from the service.
07 Jun 2018
Monash University Accident Research Centre, in conjunction with Vision Australia are currently conducting research to understand the impact of silent cars and bicycles on people who are blind or have low vision.
01 Jun 2018
It’s an orientation and mobility technique that is growing in popularity and Daniel Kish believes echolocation has huge potential to improve the lives of people who are blind or have low vision.
31 May 2018
National Reconciliation Week is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories, and the rich tradition of storytelling can play an important part in that.
31 May 2018
Fifty years after the death of advocate Helen Keller, Vision Australia's Bruce Maguire believes plenty more still needs to be do to make society fairer and more accessible for people who are deafblind
29 May 2018
By joining our Client Reference Group, you could help shape the services we provide to the blind and low vision community.
25 May 2018
Aira was launched in Australia earlier this month, and now you can find out more about the brand new piece of assistive technology.