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Join our special three week group training programs commencing in March. There are four different programs on offer, each focusing on a different device as outlined below. You will learn how these devices can be easier to use, so they can assist you with your daily activities and keep connected with family and friends.
Learn about more features on your tablet including improving settings, options for text to speech and ideas for reading external documents.
When: Wednesday March 3, 10, 17, from 2:00pm to 3:30pm
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Using the internet and email can be a great way to access information, keep in touch with family and friends, shop and even pay bills. But it’s important to be aware of safety issues that can arise, and be able to minimize and avoid those risks.
Delivered by our Access Technology Specialist, this four-part program, will show you how to identify and protect yourself against scams and cyber crime, and how to be safe when using the internet.
Vision Australia provides services to people with varying degrees of vision loss. Our services meet the diverse and changing needs of the individual over a lifetime.
Booklets and brochures are also available in braille and audio, please contact [email protected]
As many schools and other facilities face extended or intermittent closures due to COVID-19, it’s important that parents and educators have the necessary knowledge and resource to ensure children who are blind or have low vision are not disadvantaged.
Vision Australia has compiled a range of resources including videos from educator, researcher and parent Melissa Fanshawe, available support services, government advice and free online resources to support parents and educators.