Special Programs

As leaders in education for the vision impaired we provide a range of services to students and children living with significant vision impairment.
At SASSVI, we recognise that each student has unique needs and learning styles. That’s why we offer a range of Special Programs to support students with diverse needs, including the Vision Support Program. Our Vision Support Program is designed to provide students with the support they need to succeed in their studies, no matter their level of vision impairment. Our team of specialised SASSVI teachers work closely with students to provide explicit instruction in the ECC, ensuring they are fully supported throughout their academic journey.
An image of a student with vision impairment writing at a desk, using a pen to complete his work.
A young girl sitting at a desk typing on a Braille typewriter designed for individuals with vision impairments.

We believe that every student has the right to a quality education.

That’s why we offer our Vision Support Program to ensure that students with vision impairment have the same opportunities to excel in their studies as their peers.

Through our program, students receive individualised support to help them navigate their studies and participate fully in the school community. From specialised instruction in the ECC to adaptive technology, we are committed to providing the best possible support for our students.

Supporting children with vision impairments to learn, no matter where you are in the state.

Our Special Programs is just one of the many ways we support our students with diverse needs at SASSVI. Whether your child needs support with vision impairment, hearing impairment, or other challenges, we have the expertise and resources to help them succeed. Our goal is to provide a welcoming and inclusive learning environment for all students, and we are committed to helping every student reach their full potential.
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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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