This week, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT ran a self-defence course in Coffs Harbour for clients with sight loss to learn personal safety skills.
Gulliver, the world’s biggest Guide Dog, went on a road trip across Northern NSW to help spread an important message.
The Centre for Eye Health (CFEH) has won the ‘Excellence in Social Enterprise’ category at the South Eastern Sydney Regional Business Awards.
Guide Dogs Australia has been announced as Australia’s Most Trusted Charity Brand, maintaining their exclusive hold on the title for a fifth consecutive year.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT Board member, James Bennett, has received his Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia for his services to the blind and low vision community.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is calling on the community of Camden to suppawt people with sight loss at this year’s Paws in the Park event on Sunday, May 7.
The Taking the Lead education campaign demonstrates the importance of working with industry bodies to educate hospitality staff on how they can better serve patrons who are blind or vision impaired.
To make it easier for people in regional areas to access the latest low vision technologies, Guide Dogs in conjunction with Quantum RLV is running a series of free expos across Northern NSW.
Children cuddled up and read a story to a furry friend as part of a Reading to Dogs program at Moorebank Sports Club.
Children with vision impairment learn the skills to safely catch public transport