Accessible Information Services

VisAbility’s Accessible Information Services (AIS) provides a wide range of innovative services to make materials accessible for people who are blind or vision impaired, or who have a print disability.

The AIS team converts items for individuals as well as businesses, community groups, government departments, educational institutions and members of the public. . Materials can be converted into Braille, audio, accessible word/PDF, large print and any format of the person’s choice.

We also operate an online library service, which has over 11,000 titles available for immediate download.

The AIS team also provides consultation services to organisations on accessibility to properties, ensuring websites confirm to accessibility standards and converting material to accessible formats.

"From that time on Mum’s life changed. She is never lonely as she always has a book to listen to. I can’t speak highly enough of the amazing library service, a service that has added value to Freda’s life." - CAROL

Are you ready to change your life? To find our more about our Accessible Information Services please contact us on (08) 9311 8202 or send us an email at access@visability.com.au.

Disability:
Acquired brain injury
Autism
Chronic illness
Hearing loss and deafness
Intellectual
Learning
Mental and psychological
Neurological
Physical
Sensory
Speech and language disorders
Visual loss and blindness
NDIS categories:
1. Assistance with Daily Life
2. Transport
3. Consumables
4. Assistance with Social & Community Participation
5. Assistive Technology
6. Home Modifications
7. Coordination of Supports
8. Improved Living Arrangements
9. Increased Social and Community
10. Finding and Keeping a Job
11. Improved Relationships
12. Improved Health and Wellbeing
13. Improved Learning
14. Improved Life Choices
15. Improved Daily Living
WA NDIS registered: Yes
NDIS registered: Yes
Target group age:
Early Childhood
Children
Adolescence
Late adolescence / Post-school
Adults
Aged Care
Years experience: We have been a specialist in vision impairment in WA for over 100 years
Suburbs and regions serviced: WA-wide
Contact number: 1800 847 466

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