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          Your search returned 23 Organizations

          • Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children

            NextSense is the new brand and name for Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children (RIDBC) and its services. NextSense is a not-for-profit organisation supporting people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision. With the support of generous donations, they deliver world-class education, cochlear implants, allied health, therapy, research and clinical services to adults, children and families across Australia. (Source: Website)

          • Electoral Commission of New Zealand

            The Electoral Commission is responsible for running New Zealand’s parliamentary elections and keeping the electoral rolls up to date. They’re a Crown Entity which means they work independently from government. (Source: Website)
            New Zealand

          • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade


          • Curtin University, School of Occupational Therapy and Social Work

            Curtin is an innovative, global university known for its high-impact research, strong industry partnerships and commitment to preparing you for jobs of the future. (Source: Website)

          • Government of South Australia


          • Callan - Services for Disabled Persons

            The Network of Callan Services is the largest provider of services to children and adults with disabilities in Papua New Guinea. It is a leading disability rights, advocacy and representative Network of and for all people with disability in Papua New Guinea, with a particular focus on inclusive education and training. (Source: Website)
            Papua New Guinea

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


          • 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)

          • 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)

          • 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)