Bev Larsson was recently named the winner at the 2017 Tweed Shire Access and Inclusion Awards.
Phil Kennedy is ready to celebrate the holiday season more independently than ever before, thanks to his new Guide Dog Wanda.
Shirley Lucke’s former Guide Dog, Jodi, returns home after four wonderful retirement years with the Jenkins family.
Despite recognising the frightening consequences of sight loss, only half of Australians have had their eyes checked in the last 12 months.
After many years of Guide Dogs NSW/ACT lobbying the NSW Government, Transport for NSW have agreed to remove the wooden escalators at both Wynyard and Town Hall stations in Sydney.
Earlier in September, the Governor paid a special visit to the Guide Dogs Centre and saw the Positive Paws Project in action.
The Eyes Up campaign urges members of the community to look up from their mobile devices when they’re walking to help those who are blind or vision impaired stay safe.
On Thursday 14 September, two very special four-legged guests visited Wahroonga Public School.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is expecting a puppy boom this spring and is urgently seeking volunteer Puppy Raisers to meet the demand.
In early August, Maitland hosted its very first Guide Dog graduation ceremony, during which six new Guide Dogs were presented with their harnesses.