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    Considering a service from Guide Dogs?

    They may be diagnosed with, though certainly not limited to:

    • Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI)
    • Partial / Total Vision Loss
    • Glaucoma
    • Anirida
    • Ocular Albinism
    • Hereditary vision loss, e.g. Retinitis Pigmentosa
    • Age-Related Macular Degeneration
    • Visual field loss from brain injury e.g. Hemianopia
    • Visual Agnosia

    You can request a service for yourself, a client or someone you care about, with their consent. Regardless of your age and goals, we will be here to support you.

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    When should I contact Guide Dogs?

    You might request a service if you, a client, or someone you care about is experiencing difficulty with:

    • Independence in the home: maintaining safety in the kitchen and bathroom.
    • Personal care: grooming, identifying clothes and managing hair or makeup.
    • Technology: using devices like phones, TVs or computers.
    • Recreation: At school, out shopping or within the community.
    • General mobility: moving safely, confidently and independently through an environment is a challenge.

    How can I find out more?

    For all general enquiries, please visit our Contact page.

    For more information on our range of specialist services, please contact our Client Services team:

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