Welcome to the new look RSB website

Like a new litter of puppies, our new website will make some mistakes. If you experience a bug in the system please be patient or let us know.

Become A Puppy Educator

The RSB need volunteers to look after a puppy and help them become vital aids and companions to people in need.

RSB Employment Services

RSB Employment Services assist South Australians who are blind or vision impaired to obtain and/or retain sustainable employment.

Operation K9

Operation K9 dogs are provided to Veterans of the Australian Defence Forces (ADF) who have a diagnosed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Volunteering at the RSB

RSB Volunteers assist people with a significant vision loss to live independently through direct help with such things as transport, shopping, recreation and leisure and provide support to services such as the RSB Guide Dog Service, RSB Factory, Talking Newspapers and more!

The RSB is the primary source of assistance giving people with a vision impairment the opportunity to improve the quality and independence of their lives
How we can help?

How we can help

How we can help

Find out how the RSB can help you through our wide range of services.

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Eye conditions

Eye Conditions

Eye Conditions

Learn more about common eye conditions

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RSB Assistance Dogs

RSB Assistance Dogs

RSB Assistance Dogs

The RSB Assistance Dog program changes the lives of people who are blind or vision impaired, children with Autism and people with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD).

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Eye Care and Health Care Professionals

Eye Care and Health Care Professionals

Eye Care and Health Care Professionals

Information for Eye Care Professionals regarding referral protocols and funding models

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Aged Care and NDIS Planners

Aged Care and NDIS Planners

Aged Care and NDIS Planners

Information for Aged Care and NDIS Planners regarding referral protocols and funding models

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RSB Industrial Services

RSB Industrial Services

RSB Industrial Services

The RSB has been providing employment for South Australians who are blind or vision impaired since 1884.

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RSB Assistance Dogs need you

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Become an RSB Puppy Sponsor

Did you know it costs more than $25,000 to breed, raise and train each RSB Assistance Dog? Which is why we need your help! Become an RSB Puppy Sponsor for as little as 83 cents a day and you can help provide them with essentials such as vet care, puppy food, training, leads, coats and harness’s.

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RSB Events

The RSB hold a number of fundraising events throughout the year including Change for Charlie in June and the RSB Dark to Light Walk in September. Come along to one of our events or you can hold your own fundraiser to help people who are blind or vision impaired.

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news & events

Operation K9 Cabaret Dinner

The Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) in conjunction with the RSL presents a Cabaret dinner celebration! This inaugural event will celebrate the unique partnership between the RSB and RSL that

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Music Scholarship – Apply Now!

Do you have a passion for music? Are you blind or vision impaired? With thanks to the family of Mrs Gwenda Martin OAM, a $2,000 music scholarship will be awarded annually to an RSB client who

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Overview 2015

The Royal Society for the Blind | Canberra Blind Society invites you to a two day showcase of the latest adaptive technology designed for people who are blind or vision impaired. Featuring the

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International Assistance Dog Day!

The Royal Society for the Blind will be celebrating International Assistance Dog Day in Rundle Mall on Wednesday 5 August 2015. Assistance Dogs provide invaluable aid to people who have a

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Helping people in the workplace

Employment Services

RSB Employment Services provide a range of services to assist people who are blind or vision impaired to prepare for work. The service also assists people who are currently employed and at risk of becoming unemployed due to their vision loss.

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