Your Guide Dog will play a vital role in supporting you during the new mandatory requirements for containing the spread of COVID-19 in the community.
Transport for NSW commenced its roll out of the new automatic Audio Tactile Pedestrian Signals on Monday, 23 March 2020. Once installed, these signals will operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
We want to ensure Clients receive the best possible support and care during these unprecedented changes to our normal way of life.
Guide Dogs is closely following the recommendations of the relevant government authorities in relation to the containment of the COVID – 19 virus within the community.
At Guide Dogs, the safety and well-being of our Clients, staff, volunteers and supporters is our Number 1 priority.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT alongside its Centre for Eye Health (CFEH) will today officially open The Cameron Centre in Parramatta to provide vital eye health care and support services for the one million residents of Western Sydney.
As you would be aware, Coronavirus is a key issue in the news at the moment with cases of the disease confirmed in many places around the world.
Margaret from Sydney’ North Shore was very excited to hear that her sponsored dog, Jodie, has recently graduated as a Therapy Dog.
Last year a number of our Sponsor Puppies finished service dog training and have gone on to become loyal Therapy Dogs and skilled Guide Dogs, thanks to our wonderful Puppy Sponsors. Here’s an update on two of them.
Feedback from our most recent survey has revealed that the emotional and psychological impact of sight loss is far greater than we think.