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Mac Accessibility 

macOS is accessible for people who are blind or who experience low vision. The platform has various features including VoiceOver, Zoom, and other options to make the platform more accessible.

Here are some notes that may help you out:

ZoomText 2019

We recently ran an online training session on the pros of the new version of ZoomText. You can read the notes here:

NVDA Basics

If, however, NVDA - the free screenreader is more your thing, well here are some notes from the recent online training we ran for NVDA fans.

Windows 10 Basics

We also have notes on the basics of Windows 10 including the Magnifier and changing the size of the mouse pointer.

Active Teens: Blind and Low Vision Football in Cranbourne

Source: Allie Douglas, Project Coordinator - Teen Programs,Blind Sports and Recreation Victoria

Come and join the Active Teens blind and low vision football program at Casey Stadium in Cranbourne!

  • Where: Casey Stadium, Building 04, Terry Vickerman Centre, 65 Berwick Cranbourne Road, Cranbourne East
  • When: Sundays 26 May, 2 June, 9 June and 16 June
  • Time:3.30 pm to 4.30 pm
  • Cost: $30 for the term

All equipment will be provided. Just bring yourself, bring a friend, have fun and learn new skills.

To register or for more information, please email

activeteens@blindsports.org.au

Note: All players will be invited to participate in the Australian Blind Football National Training Centre day on Sunday 23 June