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14 May 2019
The Vision Australia Library collection is set to grow significantly in 2019 thanks to a new agreement between the not-for-profit organisation and Bookshare, an eBook library for people with reading barriers.
14 May 2019
A 12-month extension to the Queensland Taxi Subsidy Scheme (TSS) for National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) participants has been welcomed by Vision Australia, but further clarity is still needed around funding for disability support services.
10 May 2019
Have you heard about those ‘I’m a mum, so what’s your superpower’ mugs? My kids haven’t, I’ve been waiting for mine for almost two decades now. I think I should have one that says, ‘I’m a mum and I can change a dirty nappy without the lights on, so what’s your superpower’.

08 May 2019
Makeup is an important part of life for many women and can be a powerful tool in allowing them to express themselves and build their self-confidence. 

06 May 2019
Vision Australia has welcomed the Labor Party's commitment to introducing audio description on the ABC and SBS through an election commitment to increase funding the two public broadcasters.

03 May 2019
Vision Australia has again written to Minister for Infrastructure,Transport and Regional Development Hon Michael McCormack MP to ask if minimum sound requirements for electric vehicles are a government priority.
01 May 2019
For almost 30 years, Norma lived with the knowledge that she would lose her vision to glaucoma.
01 May 2019
Vision Australia Library clients will now get to enjoy loaned audio books and download braille books for six months, and increase on the current two month loan time, from May 6 2019.
01 May 2019
There will be a federal election on Saturday 18 May 2019.

30 Apr 2019
For people who are blind or have low vision, having the initial discussion about their vision with an employer can often create feelings of confusion and anxiety.