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Congratulations to the 2017 graduates of the RSB Guide Dog Service! 15 graduating clients have spent three weeks in intensive training, learning how to use and be guided by their RSB Guide Dog. More than 200 RSB Guide Dog Service volunteer, staff, family and friends attended the ceremony to celebrate independence for these 15 clients.

 

RSB Assistance Dogs Program

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

RSB Assistance Dogs accompany their owners everywhere, including on public transport and in shopping centres, cinemas and restaurants. They are trained to carry out a range of tasks aimed at reducing anxiety as well as being a friend and companion while participating in daily activities.

 

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Guide Dog Service

RSB Guide Dog Service

RSB Guide Dog Service

Provides RSB Guide Dogs to people with a severe vision impairment to assist them to travel confidently and independently in the community.

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RSB Autism Assistance Dogs

RSB Autism Assistance Dogs

RSB Autism Assistance Dogs

RSB Autism Assistance Dogs change the lives of children with Autism and their families.

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Operation K9

Operation K9

Operation K9

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

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Become an RSB Puppy Educator

The RSB need volunteers to look after a puppy and help them become vital aids and companions to people in need. RSB Puppy Educators directly help people who are blind or vision impaired, children with autism or veterans with PTSD to live their lives to the fullest!

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Assistance Dogs and the Law

Assistance Dogs and the Law

RSB Assistance Dogs are legally allowed to accompany their owners in public places.

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