18 May 2018. Harald Tanner has primarily spoken of two subjects since joining Able Australia’s Young Adult Program last year – sports cars and Doctor Who. While he has plans to build his own Tardis, the 22-year-old had the opportunity to explore his other passion further on Friday as a 2018 Targa Tasmania car visited Able Australia’s Launceston office. To read the full story, click […]
16 April 2018. On Friday 23 March, more than 45 people with deafblindness from across the country made their way to PGL Campaspe Downs near Woodend in country Victoria for the 18th Annual Deafblind Camp. As with previous camps, this annual event provided plenty of opportunities for participants to relax, socialise and take part in a range of […]
15 March 2018. Able Australia clients, Steve Ripley and Paola Avila, were recently invited to share their personal stories of digital accessibility with almost 200 NAB staff working in Melbourne and Sydney. Their presentations formed part of an ongoing series run by NAB designed to enhance their workforce’s awareness and consideration of people with hearing […]
26 February 2018. Young kids from the Beaudesert region in the Gold Coast hinterland of Queensland are learning some ‘wheelie’ good skills from a unique program which teaches them about bicycle mechanics and maintenance. To read the full article featured in The Queensland Times, click here.
Celebrating Deafblind Awareness Week (24 – 30 June) with an event at Ross House in Melbourne! Date: 19 June Time: 12pm – 4pm Location: Ross House Level 4, Room Hayden Raysmith 247-252 Flinders Lane Melbourne, Victoria