Guide Dogs SA/NT

Guide Dogs SA/NT

Organisation Address
251 Morphett St Adelaide, SA 5000
Organisation Phone
08 8203 8333
1800 757 738 Your Support Line
Organisation Fax
08 8203 8332
Hours:
Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5pm
Eligibility:
Adults and children who are blind, vision impaired, deaf, hearing impaired or deafblind
Access:
Wheelchair access, Disability toilets, Disability parking
Through our services, we aim to enhance the quality of life of individuals with sensory disability and families of children living with Autism. Our services meet the needs presented over the course of a lifetime - from life skills for children with sensory disability, to study and employment, and the transition to independent living and ongoing support for older Australians.
Information
Services
  • Guide Dogs training and support
  • Orientation and Mobility Services for people who are blind or vision impaired
  • Neurological Vision Services, including rehabilitation and specialist advice for people who have experienced stroke
  • Hearing Services, including information, education, communication skills training and hearing advisory services
  • Sensory Directions, providing complex case management for people who are deaf, hearing impaired, blind, vision impaired and deaf-blind
  • Outreach services are provided in country areas
  • Consultancy education and support to family, community and government about vision and hearing loss
  • Adopt a puppy program - guide dog puppies are adopted by families with whom they live for up to 14 months and who are responsible for introducing the puppy to different environments and situations
Last updated: 02/07/2017
Information provided by: Connecting Up

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