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          • Government of South Australia

            Australia

          • Department of Social Services, Disability, Employment and Careers Group

            Australia

          • NV Access Limited

            Michael Curran and James Teh met as children on a music camp for the blind, where they realised they shared a strong interest in computers. Several years later they decided to join forces to help improve the accessibility of computers for blind and vision impaired people. In April 2006 Michael and James began to develop a free screen reader called NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) for use with computers running on Windows. Together these two fully blind men founded the not-for-profit organisation NV Access to support the development of the NVDA screen reader. (Source: Website)
            Australia

          • Sonokids Australia

            Sonokids’ innovative applications support all who are blind or visually impaired in learning essential digital skills, to enable the effective use of computers or mobile devices, and to achieve goals and dreams. Established in 1999, Sonokids is passionate about developing fun and educational accessible games, digital tools and software for learners who are blind or have low vision. (Source: Website)
            Australia

          • Inclusion Melbourne

            Inclusion Melbourne is the only service provider for adults with intellectual disability that at the core focuses on social inclusion, employment, education, community participation and citizenship. (Source: Website)
            Australia

          • Australian Department of Social Services

            Australia

          • Deakin University

            Deakin University is a university located in Melbourne, in the Australian state of Victoria. (Source: Website)
            Australia

          • Travel For All

            Travel For All is a Global Accessible Travel Specialist. It was founded on the belief that everyone with the desire should be able to experience the beauty of the world. Its Accessibility Specialists help guide people with disabilities every step of the way from pre-travel planning to post travel follow-up. (Source: Website)
            Australia