Meet Pookie, Monty, Heidi, Indie, Gus, Grayson and Gibson - your March 2017 Guide Dog graduates.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT ran a self-defence course for clients as part of a Personal Safety Mobility Day in Campbelltown on March 2.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is urgently seeking residents living in Penrith, Richmond and the Hills District to provide short-term care to Guide Dog puppies.
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT Board member and experienced Disability Services Auditor, James Bennett, has been awarded the Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia for his services to the blind and low vision community.
As Christmas trees are decorated and festive songs are sung, Chrissy is planning the perfect present for the newest addition to her family, her Guide Dog, Lacey.
The public is invited to witness a special presentation of graduating Guide Dogs in Martin Place on Tuesday.
This festive season, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is calling on the community of Coffs Harbour to get in the spirit of giving and join the local Guide Dogs Support Group.
Guide Dog Program Supervisor, Doug Richie is celebrating 35 years of helping those who are vision impaired.
Guide Dog handlers will carry photo ID cards that can be produced in the case of a business illegally refusing them entry from next year.
Guide Dogs Instructor, Felicity Gates, is now offering Guide Dog and long cane orientation and mobility training to residents on the South Coast.