In 2013, Media Access Australia undertook a study of vision education services to explore the wide range of issues faced by students who are blind or have low vision in Australian schools.
The study is a comprehensive review of the information and media needs of students who are blind or have low vision and the services offered within the public, Catholic and independent sectors. The report was produced through extensive consultation with service providers and support staff who generously gave their expertise.
As a result of the study, Media Access Australia will be developing a number of initiatives to help improve outcomes for students who are blind or have low vision.
The report is available for download:
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