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The Blind Argument - Episode 2 “Public Transport”

The Blind Argument is a debate-style podcast that discusses ‘hot’ topics that surround people living with disability, more specifically vision impairment and blindness.

Clinical Psychologist Davinia Lefroy and Youth Support Officer Ryan Honschooten debate these issues through their past and lived experience, and in doing so offer insights, education and understanding for people living with or without disability. One thing they both agree on is that there’s more than one ‘right’ way of doing things.

Annual Review 2017

Listen here to the VisAbility Annual Review 2017 and enjoy the stories of the past year.

Professor Fred Chen, RANZCO 2017

Dr. Fred Chen, a clinician scientist of the Lion’s Eye Institute spoke to VisAbility Radio at the recent Royal Australia and New Zealand Opthalmology Congress about the latest work surrounding the prevention and treatment of blindness. Dr Chen is part of a global team of scientists whose research holds much promise for people living with blindness and low vision. Listen to his interview here!

Dr Angus Turner, Outback Visions

Our VisAbility Radio Host attended RANZCO 2017 at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. Kenneth Phua was lucky enough to find Dr Angus Turner, co-convener of the conference, with a spare moment to sit down and have a chat. Listen to the fascinating podcast now, as Dr Turner shares stories of his time on the Lions Eye Institute Outback Visions bus - as it travels huge stretches of Western Australian outback providing care for regional Aussies.

Dr Marita Faulkmer, Curtin University Autism Research Group

To kick the morning session of the Abilities Expo off, VisAbility Radio Host Kenneth Phua catches up with Dr Marita Faulkmer. Marita is a researcher at the Autism Research Group at Curtin University. Kenneth discusses the new research project underway and the aims of the study to help students plan for leaving school, and a brand new online program.

VisAbility Annual Review 2016

This year we have been brave. As an organisation, we have chosen to champion what we believe in. Our values. Our purpose. Why we exist.
We have a vision for independence. We are here to empower. To enable. To engage. Join us on our journey.