Chiltern House, Sigford Road, Marsh Barton Trading Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 8NL
When someone loses their sight the charity Guide Dogs is here to make sure that they do not lose their freedom and independence.
They provide mobility services to blind and partially sighted people, breed and train guide dogs and also deliver confidence building rehabilitation services to adults and children and young people.
In 2013, Blind Children UK became part of the Guide Dogs family. Guide Dogs helps children with vision impairments and their families by providing:
All schools, childcare and SEND providers must make their policy and provision for children with
Special Educational Needs (SEN) available on their website. This is usually published in the
provider's SEN information report. This link takes you to where you can find this provider's
SEN information report.
If you cannot find what you are looking for or you have questions about the provider's SEN
provision, you should contact the provider directly.
We usually hold some information about a provider's policy and provision and you can find what
we do hold here.
Contact provider for details
The Guide Dog Service
If you are interested in applying for a guide dog your first step is to phone the local office on 0118 983 8722.
My Guide Service
My Guide is a new sighted guiding service aimed at helping people with sight loss to get out of their homes and engage with their community, rebuilding their confidence and independence. The service is delivered by fully trained volunteers. For more information or to apply to be a My Guide volunteer phone 0118 983 8722.
Contact hours: 9am to 5pm