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MD Foundation launches third wave of television and radio advertising campaign PDF
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Thursday, 23 July 2009

The Macular Degeneration (MD) Foundation is again running a world-leading MD awareness advertising campaign. This third wave of national television and radio advertising commenced on 19 July and will run for six weeks. The advertisements send a powerful message about MD, and actively encourage people to have their eyes tested.

The "How's Your Macula?" advertising campaign by the MD Foundation is proudly supported by Novartis.

The community service announcements on television and radio highlights the importance of getting your eyes tested, ensuring your macula is checked and the critical nature of early detection.

 
Vision Australia's global adventurer to appear on ABC's Parenting Blind PDF
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Thursday, 16 July 2009

ABC Radio National recently recorded a 30 minute documentary "Parenting Blind" featuring our Enfield Community Development Officer, Nick and his wife Heather Gleeson.

The program explores the sensory world of three blind parents as they feed, clothe, nurture and manage their children.

Parenting Blind will be broadcast on "360" on ABC Radio National on 18 July at 2pm and repeated on 22 July at 1pm.

More information, links and photographs are available on the 360 website. The program will be available for download after the broadcast.

 
Vision Australia briefs Chamber of Commerce on new Coorparoo site PDF
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Tuesday, 14 July 2009

The South East Brisbane Chamber of Commerce recently invited local businesses for a lunch where they were briefed on the plans and services Vision Australia will provide to Queenslanders who are blind or have low vision.

The Chamber of Commerce meeting was located next door to the proposed site of Vision Australia's new community service centre at Coorparoo. Ms Cutting, President of the South East Brisbane Chamber of Commerce, encouraged local businesses to see how accessible building design, through use of good lighting, tactile floor markings and highly contrasting colours, could help their employees - or future employees - who are blind or have low vision. The new facility at Coorparoo, will become Vision Australia's major community service centre for Brisbane.

The South East Brisbane Chamber of Commerce (SEBCC) is a not for profit organisation affiliated with Commerce Queensland. It represents business owners, managers and operators from the South East Brisbane area and provides for networking opportunities for local businesses.

 

 
National Diabetes Week PDF
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Friday, 10 July 2009
Each year Diabetes Australia celebrates National Diabetes Week to raise awareness about diabetes in Australia. The campaign aims to educate Australia of the risk factors for type 2 diabetes and how type 2 can be prevented.

This year's National Diabetes Week is set down for 12-18 July 2009.
 
Tasmanian Government funds new campaign PDF
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Friday, 10 July 2009

The Tasmanian Government is helping to fund a new campaign to increase public awareness about the importance of eye health and vision care, the Minister for Workplace Relations, Lisa Singh said.

Ms Singh was at the headquarters of Royal Guide Dogs Tasmania to launch a new advertising campaign, supported by State Government funding of more than $85,000, to promote the need for people to care for their eyes. Ms Singh said that in Australia 80 per cent of vision loss was caused by five conditions - cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, under correction and over correction of refractive errors.

The public awareness campaign is a key component of the Tasmanian Eye Health and Vision Care Initiative. The project is the outcome of a successful funding application to the National Eye Health Initiative by Royal Guide Dogs Association Tasmania and the Tasmanian branches of the Optometrists Association Australia, the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists, and Vision 2020 Australia.

 
ODMAFAIR opens this Friday PDF
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Wednesday, 08 July 2009

With only 2 days until ODMAFAIR 09 opens, be sure to clear your diary so you don't miss one of the most exciting events on the calendar this year, packed with special events, seminars, products and technology innovations.

Fair Schedule:

Friday 10 July: 10.00am 6.00pm
Saturday 11 July: 9.00am 6.00pm
Sunday 12 July: 9.00am 5.00pm

As a pre-registered visitor we look forward to welcoming you to ODMAFAIR at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, where you'll be able to catch up with everything and everyone you need to see to stay ahead.

Should you have colleagues or associates who wish to attend ODMAFAIR 09 but have not arranged their trade ID in advance don't worry - they will still be able to attend for free!

Click here to register them, or they can simply come along and sign in upon arrival at the Fair (registration desks will open 9.30am Friday, 8.30am Saturday and Sunday).

Remember it's a great opportunity to investigate and compare the latest equipment, products and services from 130+ suppliers. And you can take advantage of the 50% tax deduction for eligible assets costing $1,000+.
 
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