Gulliver travels to South Coast to deliver a very important message about the free services offered by Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
The world's biggest Guide Dog, Gulliver, joins North Sydney locals and their four-legged friends for some tail-wagging fun at the Bradfield Bark.
The world's biggest Guide Dog, Gulliver, has spent the week spreading a very important message to the culturally diverse community of Albury.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is running a free exercise program to help seniors reduce the risk of falls and fall injury.
Guide Dogs is urgently seeking more volunteers to assist the organisation, which provides free services to enable people with impaired vision to get around their communities safely and independently.
Justin Simpson describes his Guide Dog, Yarrin, as his "constant companion." For the past five years the faithful blond Lab has been by his side, giving him the independence and confidence to continue leading a very busy life.
Liz and Poppi's amazing journey was made possible through a generous gift that a supporter left to Guide Dogs NSW/ACT in their Will. In fact, currently two out of every three Guide Dogs are made possible through these life-changing gifts.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is urgently seeking volunteers from the Ourimbah, Terrigal, Avoca, Gosford, Erina, Woy Woy and Umina areas to look after Guide Dog puppies for 12-14 months.
With the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) set to roll out across seven more NSW regions from July 1 this year, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is encouraging anyone with a vision impairment who is aged 65 or under to contact the organisation to discuss what options and supports they may have available to them under the new Scheme.
Exploring the rugged terrain of the Australian bush, a group of primary school aged Guide Dogs NSW/ACT clients, who are vision impaired, had an adventurous start to the year with a bushwalk through the Cumberland State Forest.