Find information on support and training programs, get to know our Guide Dogs, learn about funding options, and more.
Support services are designed around your personal needs to maximise your independence. These include Orientation & Mobility Services for practical travel techniques, Occupational Therapy for daily living skills, and access to Guide Dogs.
Guide Dogs Victoria is the leading provider of Guide Dogs throughout Australia. Through intensive training, we learn each dog’s skills and temperament to gain an intimate understanding of how they might match yours. Get to know our Guide Dogs.
We offer access to a range of funding options designed to support you, regardless of your needs. Learn more about the funding options that are available, which may best suit to you, and how to apply for assistance.
Get to know some of the common types of low vision, how they can impact upon a person’s independence, and techniques to guide a person with low vision as they may need in certain situations.
When you choose to insure your pet with Guide Dogs Pet Insurance, you contribute to the ongoing raising, training and placement of much needed Guide Dogs. Proceeds from every policy go towards services and support for Australians with low vision or blindness.
To promote awareness and inclusion throughout the primary school community, we offer speaker visits and the Guide Dogs Victoria education kit. Get a Guide Dog on your campus, in your curriculum, or hear our talented speakers discuss their experiences with students.
We offer three fantastic publications that cater to our various audiences. 'Get About' for early years and children, 'On The Move' for people with low vision or blindness who are over the age of 18, and 'Perceptions', a comprehensive resource for referrers.