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Retinitis Pigmentosa

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What is the NDIS? 

The NDIS is the National Disability Insurance Scheme. The NDIS is here to help you achieve your goals and it is focused around enabling you to live your life. Vision Australia can provide support to you throughout every stage of the NDIS process.

How can Vision Australia help?

  1. GETTING YOUR PLAN READY

    Vision Australia can help you work through your requirements so you can know what’s available and get what you need to achieve your goals

  2. NDIS PLANNING SESSION

    You can access whatever level of support you need throughout your NDIS planning process, with access to a Vision Australia staff member at any stage

  3. SELECTING YOUR PROVIDER

    Vision Australia is a registered NDIS provider and the leading organisation for people who are blind or have low vision. They will be there for every step of the NDIS process.

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Contact us early and get the support you need. For more information on Vision Australia’s services call our helpline on O2 9053 4581 or email info@visionaustralia.org. You can also connect with our services here

Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia and has provided support to over 27,500 people nationally.

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Orthoptists

Occupational therapists

Technology and training

Mobility specialists

Education and employment support

Emotional support and groups

Aids and equipment

Support for children with low vision or blindness from birth onwards

Specialised services

Retinitis pigmentosa

Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) is a genetic eye condition that causes cells in the light-sensitive retina, located at the back of the eye, to degenerate slowly and progressively. The condition can vary greatly.

While many people with RP retain limited vision throughout their lives, others will lose their sight completely.

What are the common symptoms?

Generally, symptoms develop between the ages of 10 and 30 years. Some of the first symptoms may include:

  • Difficulty seeing at night (night-blindness) or in dimly lit areas
  • A narrowing field of vision
  • Light and glare sensitivity

Retinitis pigmentosa 

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