Author Archives: Able Australia

Sensory exhibition makes science accessible for blind and low-vision audiences

The Monash Sensory Science Exhibition – Autoimmunity is a free sensory exhibition curated specifically for blind, low-vision and diverse needs audiences of all ages and science literacies. Happening on Friday June 30, participants are invited to come along and explore eight autoimmune diseases through multi-sensory, multi-modal artworks and tactile displays. From handcrafted immune cells made […]

Deafblind Rec Program visits the Collingwood Farm

On 27 April, participants of our Deafblind Recreation Program, along with their supports went to the Collingwood Children’s Farm! Able Australia’s Deafblind Rec Program is a 12-month program for clients who use our deafblind services and the wider deafblind community via Deafblind Victoria. We also extended the invitation to the deaf/deafblind people who frequent Able’s […]

Herbert Smith Freehills Event – Experiencing Art in a New Way

On 11 May 2023, Able Australia had the pleasure of inviting Herbert Smith Freehills staff to experience art with a new perspective at their lunch event. We had four interactive stands on offer for Herbert Smith Freehills staff to engage in. Able’s Creative Art Therapist, Helena, held a stand all about how movement and dance […]

St Patrick’s Day Celebration Event

Able Australia’s Day Service in Camberwell successfully hosted a record-breaking crowd at our St Patrick’s Day event. Clients from our Day Centres and Able supported homes were invited, along with their families and staff. This all-day event featured many fun activities for our clients to get involved in, such as a potato-on-spoon race, St Paddy’s […]