News

28 January 2022
Getting to the footy to support the Saints is an important part of Denise’s life. The trip into Melbourne taking trains, escalators and navigating crowds of other supporters might be could be daunting if you are blind, but it’s made much easier with the help of a Seeing Eye Dog.
17 January 2022
‘Windsor’s given me my eyes back,” she said. "I am totally lost without a dog.”
21 December 2021
Our list of helpful hints to stay happy and safe this summer break.
26 November 2021
After months of not being able to travel due to COVID-19 restrictions, Chris Edwards was back in the air this week – albeit with a new travel companion, Seeing Eye Dog Eva.
08 November 2021
Fear and apprehension had become part of Tony Tully’s everyday life, but being matched with Seeing Eye Dog Drummer has helped the Helensvale local overcome that.
24 September 2021
A keen skier since the age of five, Deb King hasn’t let vision loss get in the way of her love of the snow and travelling.
24 September 2021
After a 25-year career transcribing books and other printed material into braille for people who are blind or have low vision, Haddon’s Cheryl Marshall is enjoying retirement alongside Sherry, her Seeing Eye Dog.
15 July 2021
Damian, known to his mates as Damo, didn’t realise he was blind growing up. He did all the same things as his brother. It was only when he started school that the other kids asked questions. He went home and asked his parents, who told him he was born with low vision.
15 July 2021
These happy matches are thanks to you! Because of your kindness and generosity, these clever pups have now graduated as Seeing Eye Dogs and are ready to change their new handlers (aka mum and dad’s) life.
14 July 2021
Hi, I’m Gilbert. I’m training to be a Seeing Eye Dog.
Between 12 to 20 months, pups like Gilbert are assessed on their suitability to become a Seeing Eye Dog. They need to learn many new skills.