Vision radio in serious doubt

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The radio is one of 92 year-old Bob Allen’s most important links to the world. Macular degeneration, which he has had for the past 18 years, has left him with only about five per cent vision. That’s enough to get

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Vision needs volunteers

Deborah Reyter of Drouin says volunteering at reception, administration and recreational day programs at Vision Australia in Warragul has opened a new world for her.

Volunteers at Vision Australia Gippsland headquarters at Warragul outnumber paid staff by about 10 to one. The many services the centre provides for vision impaired people throughout Gippsland’s six municipalities wouldn’t happen without them. Co-ordinator of volunteers Michelle Stewart said

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Vision volunteers thanked

Beryl Raufer (Regional Manager), Dot Sim (10 years Radio Presenter & Reader), Marg Bilston (10 years Recreation program craft) and John Gow (People & Culture Manager)

Volunteers who assist Vision Australia in providing its services were thanked at an annual luncheon held during National Volunteers’ Week. With Vision Australia leadership team representatives from its national office in attendance, the organisation awarded years of service pins to

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