A one day information program for people with vision changes secondary to an acquired brain injury (ABI). The day will aim to help you and your family gain an understanding of how vision can change following an ABI, such as stroke, accident, surgery, tumour or other brain injury. It will investigate how changes to the brain’s function can impact on mobility in unexpected ways. The day will also provide an opportunity to share experiences with people of all ages, and their families, who have low vision or blindness from an ABI.
Suitable for: Individuals with vision changes secondary to an acquired brain injury (family and carers are welcome and encouraged to attend)
Limit: Approx. 15 participants
Location: Arnold Cook House, Guide Dogs Victoria, 2-6 Chandler Hwy, Kew 3101
Time: 10.00 am – 2.00 pm. Lunch is provided. Please advise of any dietary requirements.
RSVP: Please RSVP by contacting Client Service Administration on (03) 9854 4467 or CSAdmin@guidedogsvictoria.com.au
You will receive a letter in the mail to confirm your attendance.