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Regardless of your age or level of vision, it’s important to be able to move safely and independently through the world. Adult Mobility training offers everyday skills to keep you moving with confidence.
Children’s Mobility Service enhances your child’s independence to improve their confidence at school, at home, in the community, and even as teens transition into young adulthood.
A Guide Dog can assist a person with low vision to move freely and confidently through the world. Find out whether a Guide Dog may be suitable for you.
Neurological Vision Services reduce the challenges of adjusting to life after a brain injury or event, by equipping you with valuable skills for-day-to-day living at home and in the community.
Low vision services can support you to understand your level of functional vision and learn techniques to read different printed materials.
Is your vision loss making it difficult to prepare meals, make a coffee or sort washing? Our Occupational Therapy service can support you to complete your everyday activities with ease.
Our services Learn practical skills to live independently
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.