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Give the gift of a life-changing Guide Dog to someone with low vision or blindness.

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Help change a life with a gift in your Will

Get your free Gifts in Wills Guide to learn how a gift in your Will can transform lives.

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Help change a life with a gift in your Will

Give the gift of a life-changing Guide Dog to someone with low vision or blindness.

A lady is holding a guide dog. Learn more

Help change a life with a gift in your Will

Get your free Gifts in Wills Guide to learn how a gift in your Will can transform lives.

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What is the connection service?

Everyone connects in different ways. One thing’s for sure though: we can all enjoy the experience of meeting new people who have similar stories or experiences to our own.

Through finding and getting involved with different leisure and lifestyle activities throughout the community—based on your interests, what you’re comfortable with, and where you live—you can get out and explore the world to connect with new people.

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What is currently available? 

Chatter Paws

Opportunities for you to dial into a group chat of around six people, to discuss a range of different topics while led by Client volunteers. The focus of the group sessions may already be set. Examples could include specific demographics, special interests or Guide Dog handler groups.

All you need is access to the internet, a mobile phone or a landline.

For more information about Chatter Paws, head here.

Client with low vision, using a laptop.

Peer Support Program

This program consists of one-to-one conversations with a peer mentor where you can discuss specific topics.

Goals are identified at the start of the program and you speak to your peer mentor directly over the course of five phone calls. Some Clients have used this program for support before or after matching with a Guide Dog, or for emotional support from someone who has been through a similar situation or experience.

Young male assisting a female with low vision take a walk through a forest trail.

Young Adults Program

The Young Adults Program (YAP) is designed for people aged between 18 and 30 years who are blind or have low vision.

The program aims to enhance independent mobility and living skills in a supportive group setting, and build knowledge and confidence to participate in age appropriate activities of life.

The program focuses on areas of interest for young adults who are blind or have low vision including:

  • Social skills
  • Employment
  • Overseas travel
  • Technology
  • Health and wellbeing

The YAP is predominately a social group, a way of connecting with others, and an opportunity to share experiences. Each event typically involves an information session (including guest speaker) followed by a social dinner. YAP events run once every two months, on a weeknight, at varied meeting locations around Sydney CBD.

For more information:

  • contact us at 1800 484 333
  • Request a Service

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