Guide Dogs Australia has today been announced as Australia’s Most Trusted Charity Brand, maintaining their exclusive hold on the title for a sixth consecutive year.
Five new Guide Dogs were presented with their very first harness at a special graduation ceremony in Wyong last Saturday.
Thanks to the generosity of TreeTops Central Coast, children with sight loss had the chance to get out of their comfort zones and build confidence at a free mobility day.
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Young Guide Dog handler, Katie Butler, reflects on the everlasting impact her first Guide Dog had on her life.
Receiving his very first Guide Dog was ‘love at first sight’ for Point Clare resident Shayne Allen, who was matched with a beautiful black Labrador named Bree last month.
Share bikes are an ongoing access hazard for people with vision impairment warns Guide Dogs NSW/ACT, despite recent moves by some Sydney councils to impound abandoned and broken bikes.
Six new Guide Dogs were presented with their very first harness at a special ceremony last week.
Leonie Pye's second book The Broken Shell has helped her continue to grieve the loss of her sight.
The weekend away allowed for parents of young children with sight loss to network and learn from Guide Dogs O&M Specialists.