OUR SERVICES

At Guide Dogs Australia, we believe that vision loss will not and should not limit a person’s independence. We provide assistance to anyone with vision loss, no matter what age or level of vision, and we work to ensure that people with low vision or blindness are active and involved members of the community.

Guide Dogs Australia member organisations provide a wide range of services that help people with vision loss to enhance their mobility and independence, and build their confidence for further education, employment and social participation. All our services are provided at no cost to our clients.

To request for our services please contact Guide Dogs in your state, or call 1800 484 333.

GUIDE DOGS

We breed, raise and train dogs that guide someone who is blind or vision impaired safely from one destination to another.

Woman walking with Guide Dog

ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY

Our Orientation & Mobility services include development of skills in the use of long canes, guide dogs and other mobility aids.

Young boy using cane

ASSISTANCE DOGS

We provide Autism Assistance Dogs, Pets As Therapy Dogs, and Companion Dogs to people with disability or those who may be disadvantaged due to illness, age or isolation.

Dog licking boy's cheek

DAILY LIVING SERVICES

We teach people with vision loss daily living skills which offset the impacts of vision loss through skills development and specialised equipment.

Woman pouring water onto mug

ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY

We provide training on the use of adaptive technology and specialist equipment which facilitate continued access to information, social and community activities.

Woman listening to GPS device

CLIENT SUPPORT

We support clients in navigating funding like NDIS, My Aged Care and Better Start.

Man walking with Guide Dog and young boy

CLIENT ADVOCACY

We advocate on behalf of our clients to make the community an easier place in which to live and work.

Man walking on train platform