We are a Melbourne-based partnership providing orientation and mobility (O&M) and travel training and education for independent travel. 

The development of orientation and mobility skills and techniques are essential for people who are blind or have low vision, and can also assist individuals with acquired brain injury or other cognitive impairments to maintain their independence. Orientation and mobility is closely linked with the Allied Health sector, and we work closely with other Allied Health professionals.

If you are self-managing NDIS funding, you can choose us as an O&M provider.

Young girl and boy using long canes on a beach

Long cane independence

What does orientation and mobility or travel training provide?

Increased safety and independence in movement and travel abilities.

Increased quality of life in areas such as:

o Self-concept and self-esteem

o Concept development

o Transition to new schools, university, or work settings

o Access to educational and/or extracurricular activities

o Involvement in the community


Our Vision and Mission

Our vision is a community where people with disabilities travel safely, confidently, independently and with purpose throughout the environment, using whatever travel device they choose.

To bring that vision into reality, we provide high quality, collaborative and inclusive orientation and mobility (O&M) programs, and work to improve community awareness of disability, in particular low vision and blindness.

We tailor our programs to meet individual needs and budgets, and believe in working collaboratively whilst respecting the confidentiality of the individuals and organisations we work with. 

Quality Policy

We are committed to meeting all client requirements and increasing client satisfaction through the continual measurement, review and improvement of our services, and the effectiveness of our quality management system.

You can download a copy of our IOM Values and Behaviours and a copy of our IOM Human Rights Statement for adults and children.

Our work is guided by the Orientation and Mobility Association of Australasia’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice.

Looking for more information?

Please contact us on info@options4mobility.com.au