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Don’t miss your chance to hear from one of Japan’s leading deafblind experts, Dr.
There are nearly 300,000 Australians living with deafbindness – a condition that involves an impairment of both hearing and vision.
Specialist training in the unique communication and learning needs of people with deafblindness when learning orientation and mobility skills.
Time is running out to help us provide people with a disability and their families with a break they deserve.
It’s Easter time!!
Dust off your Easter bonnets and join in the fun at the Able Australia Easter Feast.
Come along and enjoy a delicious meal, have a chat and try your luck with the Easter basket raffle.
International Women's Day is a global event to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
How would you like to help make the 2016 Deafblind Camp an event to remember for the people we support?
This fun day out is a great opportunity to learn new skills in craft making while having plenty of fun along the way.
Learn how to make your own body/foot scrubs and candles with Charmayne Chinnery.
Able Golf Swing is a great opportunity to treat your clients and/or staff to a great day out at one of the world’s leading golf courses while helping raise some much needed funds to support people with a disability.