Government urged not to be short-sighted on funding

Updated June 28 2018 - 1:33pm, first published February 21 2017 - 12:00am
LOOKING AHEAD – The report Low Vision, quality of life and  independence: review of the evidence on aids and technologies  highlights the inequalities in funding low-vision aids and supports.
LOOKING AHEAD – The report Low Vision, quality of life and independence: review of the evidence on aids and technologies highlights the inequalities in funding low-vision aids and supports.

SOME 100,000 older Australians with vision loss and blindness are being denied access to aids and technologies that could vastly improve their quality of life.

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