As leaders in education for the vision impaired we provide a range of services to students and children living with significant vision impairment.


Advisory Teachers provide support for children with vision impairment (6/18 in their better eye corrected) in various educational settings. SSS support helps students participate in learning experiences and opportunities enabling them to access the curriculum.


The vision support program assists secondary students that have met the criteria of support to attend Charles Campbell Collage.

Students participate in all aspects of the school curriculum whilst they are also explicitly taught the ECC via specialist SASSVI teachers


The Accessible Format Production (AFP) service provides educational resources in accessible formats to support the equitable access to curriculum resources for students with vision impairment. Accessible formats include Unified English Braille (UEB), large print, audio files, tactile diagrams and bold print graphics and electronic texts. Resources include, but are not limited to textbooks, class readers, novels, tactile picture books, tactile illustration and diagrams such as graphs and maps. AFP also produces braille music for students and assessments as required.

Contact the SA School and Services for Vision Impairment for further information about this service.

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Acknowledgment of Country

SA School and Services for Vision Impaired acknowledges the Kaurna people, the traditional owners of the lands on which we work and meet upon here today.

We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging acknowledging their continuing relationship to the land, sea and community across Australia.

As educators, we acknowledge the future endeavours of all First Nations peoples. Through building respectful relationships with our First Nations students and the community, we commit to practice the movement for a just, equitable and reconciled country.

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