Maximise your independence
Get personalised support and skills to live the way you want to, regardless of your vision level.
We all learn how to interact with the world from the day we are born. Children who have low vision or blindness are no different, but need to develop alternative or additional ways of interacting with their environment. These skills are taught through Children’s Mobility Services.
Whether you have experienced long-term low vision, recently acquired a change in vision, or are gradually losing sight, our Adult Mobility Services can offer valuable everyday skills. Designed for you personally, training can include long cane skills, road crossing, use of way-finding technology and the safe access of public transport.
Whatever you need to make your life more independent, we can equip you with the necessary skills. Learn to move confidently through the world with Orientation & Mobility travel training, maximise your remaining vision, master daily living skills with Occupational Therapists, or train and partner with a Guide Dog.
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