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21 Mar 2019
Mackenzie captured our hearts with her inspiring story. She was diagnosed with a serious brain condition when she was just six weeks old. Mackenzie is blind and has trouble speaking and walking.
19 Mar 2019
While it started as a means to make the written word accessible, braille has evolved over the years so other information, such as music scores can also be read by those who are blind or have low vision.
18 Mar 2019
It’s not every day you climb three stories and jump off a platform, or get stranded after a plane crash and have to work as a team to escape a labyrinth of challenges.
15 Mar 2019
For people who are blind or have low vision, orientation and mobility skills are key to enabling them to independently and confidently take on any environment they may encounter. But what exactly is orientation and mobility?
15 Mar 2019
The Envoy Connect Audio Player is a new and convenient way to access audio books from the Vision Australia Library.
14 Mar 2019
Web forms today are easy to create, and easy to get wrong. Check out these tips for making sure they're accessible.
13 Mar 2019
With the right accessibility features enabled and some handy apps installed, a smartphone can be a valuable tool to support people who are blind or have low vision.
08 Mar 2019
The Vision Australia Bendigo Easter Egg Hunt returns in 2019 for two days that are sure to make it the Easter egg-stravaganza of the year!
07 Mar 2019
Did you know that if you are a voter in NSW, and are blind or have low vision, you will again be able to cast a secret, independent and verifiable vote in the New South Wales general election using iVote from home?
07 Mar 2019
Inclusive design is a term that gets thrown around these days, but it has one simple and guiding principle; ensuring that products and services are able to be experienced by more people.

You might not know it, but many everyday items owe their existence to inclusive design.