Optometrist Susan Kalff understands the value of sight more than most of us. After a lifetime of looking after people’s eyesight, she knows that it’s something none of us should take for granted. “If people can see, they can still engage with the world, and that’s the difference my work makes,” she says.
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Eye Health Hero Samuel Koim went from being among the country’s top performing students studying law at university to living in one of Papua New Guinea’s most notorious slums. Now the 25 year old is using his experience as motivation to help prevent avoidable blindness and improve the lives of those who are vision impaired.
Eye Health Hero Aunty Mary Hooker has been travelling around the country visiting Aboriginal communities to express how important it is to prevent diabetes and blindness.
Eye Health Hero Dr Alex Hewitt is discovering treatments to beat blindness and says it will be game-changing for millions of people around the world.
A year on from the launch of the National Disability Insurance Scheme’s Trial Sites, Vision 2020 Australia is hosting a series of blogs dedicated to the NDIS. In this installment Vision Australia’s Graeme Craig, General Manager NDIS Demonstration Sites, reflects on the progress so far.
Connect: a simple word, but a very valuable concept in the context of a three-country development project being delivered at multiple locations and with different priorities.
As one of the Abbott Government’s key policy reform areas attracting significant political and community attention since coming into office, Australia’s overseas aid program is a difficult space to have a voice.
Adjusting to living life with vision loss can prove to be challenging. Amanda writes an honest and heartening blog on how her mum came to terms with, and adjusted to life with severe vision loss.
We’re often told that governments strongly support this initiative or that program, but sometimes it is hard to know exactly what that means.
Lauren Henley blogs about her recent trip to the United Nations headquarters in New York as a member of the Australian Youth Delegation to the Conference of States Parties to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
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