Guide Dogs NSW/ACT brings some puppy-love to the 130th annual Hawkesbury Show.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT gave three young adults, who currently use a long cane to avoid obstacles, an opportunity to 'test drive' walking with a Guide Dog in Newcastle.
Determined to not be limited by his disability, Eddie began regaining his independence and mobility with the help of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT celebrated Aprils Falls Day with a falls prevention class for seniors at Chatswood Library.
National Museum of Australia staff learn how to describe objects to a person who is vision impaired.
Isaac is learning to explore different environments using a long cane, thanks to orientation and mobility training through Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
Twelve months after becoming a participant of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), Leonie Pye is keen to share her experience and reassure those who are blind or vision impaired about the process of applying for funding.
While Kathryn Stephens has spent the last two decades with a four-legged guide by her side, the Wauchope local says that she will never get used to the excitement she feels when receiving a new Guide Dog.
After walking about 9,000 kilometres and ignoring distractions, navigating obstacles and travelling to all corners of Albury, Guide Dog, Bear, has earned his retirement.
With only two weeks of training together under their belt, Colleen is amazed at how quickly her new Guide Dog Charlotte has been learning.