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New telehealth services for vision impaired children in regional and remote Australia

New telehealth services for vision impaired children in regional and remote Australia

Natalie Kaine

Natalie Kaine, an Occupational Therapist based in Vision Australia’s Sydney office, blogs about using video conferencing to connect with her clients in regional and remote NSW. Read more →

Day three: Jess Gallagher’s Vietnam Experience

Day three: Jess Gallagher’s Vietnam Experience

Dr Jessica Gallagher

My trip here to Vietnam with Vision 2020 Australia has already been an incredible one and we are only at day three. I have been able to experience firsthand the amazing work that has been achieved and I am incredibly excited for this journey to continue. Read more →

Ending the Cycle of poverty and disability

Ending the Cycle of poverty and disability

Christoph Ziegenhardt

According to the latest WHO report on disability, over one billion people in the world live with disabilities and about 80 per cent of these people live in developing countries. There exists a strong undeniable direct link between disability and poverty. Read more →

Have an eye test……it’s on my ‘to do list’ somewhere.

Have an eye test……it’s on my ‘to do list’ somewhere.

Courtney Saville

To be honest, I probably had an inkling that I needed glasses. Well, it had at least crossed my mind that it wouldn’t be a bad idea to get my eyes tested. But did I? The short answer is no.  Read more →

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