For more than 7 years Travis Evans has been involved in donating and volunteering with Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
Stride Out Safe and Steady addresses risks of falls and alleviate associated confusion with confidence building for seniors with vision impairment.
With Australia's ageing population expected to face health challenges that could impact their independence, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT has launched a new, free exercise program to help seniors experiencing vision loss stay steady on their feet.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT launches a new advocacy and education campaign, 'It's time to end Guide Dog discrimination', on International Guide Dog Day 2015.
Five individuals with vision impairment who currently use a long cane were able to 'test drive' a Guide Dog to help them understand the benefits and responsibilities of having a Guide Dog.
Gulliver the Big Guide Dog tours the Central West to remind local seniors to seek help early if failing sight is causing them problems getting around.
A Sydney-based community funded eye health care centre is leading the way in providing innovative solutions to ensure seniors don't go blind unnecessarily.
The National Disability Service (NDS), with support from Guide Dogs NSW/ACT, is running the blindfold challenge to highlight how the right support services can enable people with a disability to live as independently as possible.
If you live in Sydney and are looking for a unique volunteering opportunity, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT urgently needs to find caring homes for 40 Guide Dog puppies-to-be.
Seventy-one-year-old Cremorne resident and well-known North Shore businessman Bruce is proof that losing your sight doesn't have to stop you from living the life you want.