Get support for your child.

Understand your child's level of functional vision and help them learn techniques to access different visual materials.
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Children’s Mobility

Enhance your child’s independence and improve their confidence at school, at home, in the community, and even as teens transition into young adulthood.
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Early Childhood Services

Ongoing support for parents or carers of babies with low vision or blindness.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists are health professionals who can support your child to achieve their goals at home, work, or school: whatever their age and whatever their level of vision.
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Autism Assistance Dogs

Autism Assistance Dogs are carefully trained to provide independence, peace of mind, and to support your child to feel comfortable, safe, and confident in the community.
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Orthoptics

Support your child to understand their level of functional vision and learn techniques to access visual information.
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Assistive Technology

There are many tools and devices to help your child access information, find their way around, connect with friends, or enjoy their favourite activities.
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Education Department Funding

Education Department Funding is delivered in partnership with the South Australian Government to support eligible children through their experience of early years and school education.

Join PAWGUST, Guide Dogs’ Biggest Online Challenge

Walk or run every day this August to raise funds for Guide Dogs.