We are pleased to announce that we have resumed our delivery of face-to-face services. As always, your safety and security is our top priority and we adhere to the Tasmanian Government’s COVID directives. Our premises are appropriately cleaned. Staff have completed training in the effective use of PPE, safe vehicle handover and sanitisation routines.
Our Hobart office in Elizabeth Street, has re-opened. People requiring assistive technology, or equipment demonstrations can make appointments to visit us in the Hobart office. Bookings must be made via email or phone 6232 1222 prior to appointments.
In our recently expanded centre at Bellerive, our Kites Children’s services are in full swing.
Our Launceston office remains closed while we relocate to our new premises. We are still providing service to all our northern clients as usual. Check the VisAbility Tasmania Facebook page (link opens in new window) for new developments.
VisAbility Therapy Services
All clients have a choice of either face-to-face or online therapy depending on the needs and preferences of each client.
Benefits of online therapy include more flexible scheduling of appointments and no travel or travel-related costs.
- Occupational Therapy
- Orientation and Mobility
VisAbility Specialist Services
- Library Services – talking books on audio cartridges are posted from our Talking Book Library
- Assistive Technology
- Accessible Information Services – Braille embossing and binding
- Guide Dog Services
Kites Children’s Therapy
Beyond Bellerive, our Kites Children’s Therapy team (link opens in new window) in homes, schools, and other community settings such as childcare centres, playgrounds, and swimming facilities.
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Pathology
- Dietetics (online only)
- Dog-Assisted Therapy (coming soon!)
If you have further queries contact us at email@example.com.
For Children’s services email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 6245 9232. Don’t forget to stay connected.
Other useful information about COVID-19
COVID-19 Accessible Documents
The Department of Communities has produced some information in a variety of accessible formats (link opens in new window) so you can receive the latest news.
Download the accessible Wash and dry hands guide (link opens in new window) from the Department of Health and continue to clean and disinfect to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Download the accessible Cleaning info sheet (link opens in new window) to find out more.