Feel better, inside and out.

Connect with other people who understand the experience of living with low vision or blindness, and access support for other life challenges.
A mother and baby outside on the grass hugging each other. The mother is smiling and the baby has its back to the camera.
A young child laying down looking into the face of a yellow labrador dog with a smile on their face, They are both outside and are sitting facing each other.
Companion Dogs provide ongoing support, happiness, and calming stability for people who already receive services from their local Guide Dogs organisation.
A yellow labrador Therapy Dog sitting outside. The dog is looking at the camera and is wearing an orange Therapy Dog coat.
A source of love, friendship, and valuable knowledge to prepare children for partnering with a Guide Dog in the future.
A yellow labrador dogs face. The dog has a red collar and is looking to the left of the camera,
Autism Assistance Dogs are carefully trained to provide independence, peace of mind, and to support children with autism to feel comfortable, safe and confident in the community.
A black labrador in harness sitting in front of a bench.
Taking Guide Dogs to visit people, groups and places for a sense of calm and social connection.
A person doing yoga outside.
Get out and explore the world to connect with new people.
Two people looking at each other while they are walking down the street. One has their back to the camera while the other is smiling
Build strategies to overcome any difficult feelings and continue to live a fulfilling life, no matter where you are in your low vision journey.

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