COVID-19 Services Update
Support for seniors
As you move into your senior years, it is common to experience some change in sight. Maintain your independence and quality of life with support programs to suit your personal situation.
Support for adults
Whether you have had a recent change in vision or experienced low vision over a long term, it is important you have the right skills and support to live your life independently as an adult.
Support for tweens and teens
It’s an exciting time when you’re nearing adulthood. With the right support and practical skills, your teenage years are the perfect opportunity to take on new challenges to grow your independence.
Support for early years
The early years of a child’s life are full of change, possibility and potential. Whatever milestones your child needs to achieve to feel happy and confident, our children’s team are here for your family.
Support for carers and families
As a supporting parent, partner, friend, or primary carer, it’s natural to feel uncertain when someone experiences a change in vision. Learn about the options your loved one may have for training, funding assistance, and more.
Support for Educators
Learn about our in-school services for students with low vision or blindness from prep to year 12. Find out what supports are available, what to include in your referral, and more.