Older Adults

As we mature, our vision may change.

Holding onto the quality of life you’ve enjoyed is important.


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  • Newly diagnosed
    Newly diagnosed

    Learn to maximise the use of your remaining vision and visit our low vision clinic.

  • Getting around safely
    My Aged Care

    Enhance your independence and learn to safely get around your neighbourhood.

  • Stay independent in your own home
    Our low vision clinics

    Modify your daily activities so you can continue to do what you want and love to do.

  • Emotional support
    Learning to live independently

    Learn to cope with your vision loss and hear from others who thrive post diagnosis.

  • Social and recreational groups and activities
    Connecting with others

    Stay socially active and connect with your community through our social groups. 
    Sports, book and trivia clubs over the phone or in person.

  • Read again
    Our low vision clinics

    Have the paper read to you, catch up on the latest bestsellers or research a topic of interest through Vision Australia’s library.

  • Audio described events
    Connecting with others

    Stay engaged with theatre, museums and cinema. See what’s on in your city.


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Any questions? Get in touch

If you have any questions at all, please call 1300 84 74 66 or make a referral online