What we do
The many ways we guide others
We aspire to grow and proudly be a leader in the disability sector.
To use our expertise with dogs, and in sensory service provision, enhance the quality of life of people with disability.
Helping people with sensory loss achieve independence
With offices based in Adelaide and Darwin, Guide Dogs SA and Guide Dogs NT provide services to all regional and remote areas, to help people reach their full potential.
We assist people with sensory loss - those who are blind, vision impaired, and/or deaf or hearing impaired - to live as independently as possible. We also provide Autism Assistance Dogs for families of children living with autism.
Our services for people who are blind or vision impaired, and/or deaf and hearing impaired include:
- Guide Dog Services
- Autism Assistance Dogs
- Pets as Therapy
- Vision Services
- Orientation and Mobility Services
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Hearing Services
- Sensory Services
- Occupational Therapy
- Northern Territory
A recognised quality based organisation with AS/NZS ISO 9001:2008 accreditation, Guide Dogs is committed to providing services to enhance the quality of life of people living with sensory disability.
The executive and management teams will regularly review the performance of the Quality Management System and our quality objectives.
The Quality Policy will be communicated to new staff at induction, who are also provided with regular updates regarding Quality Management System, and make sure that our stakeholders have access to the Quality Policy.
We will be responsive to our clients' needs and work within legislative and regulatory requirements. These objectives are pivotal to our values and strategic direction and provide pathways to our clients to enhance their quality of life.