Earlier this month, some young clients participated in the latest school holiday Youth Program, ‘Flying High.’
Going on camp is such a wonderful rite of passage.
When Noah was first diagnosed with dominant optic atrophy, no one took it harder than his Dad, Paul.
Learning about maps and route travel was made fun through a series of interactive activities designed by our Orientation and Mobility (O&M) Specialists.
Introducing some of our 2019 Guide Dog Graduates: Banner, Lady, Odin, Harry B and Jane.
The goal of the day was to give participants, who currently use a long cane to move around safely and independently, an opportunity to find out more about the unique mode of mobility offered by a Guide Dog.
Ten to 15 Guide Dogs puppies will need to be placed from Newcastle to Maitland and Lake Macquarie, with the young pups requiring a warm, loving home for their first year.
The Blackmores Sydney Running Festival is back, taking in all of the Sydney iconic landmarks.
Six young people from across North Coast NSW who have impaired vision learning basic cooking skills and safety tips from ‘Hurricane Chef’ Nate Quinell, who is blind and deaf.
The whole month of July will become JulEye, which is the celebration of the National Eye Health Awareness Month.