Focus on: Susie - Mobility Instructor

The role of a Mobility Instructor in Guide Susie - Mobility InstructorDogs is incredibly rewarding. We are often one of the first people a client will meet during the assessment phase of their application for a dog.

It might be that initially the client hasn’t the required skill set to become a Guide Dog Owner. I am able to work with that person, build up their skills, confidence and independence to a point where they are successfully on the waiting list for a dog. It is so satisfying to see the change in a person, out and about with their dog, enjoying the freedom and independence.

I also work with clients who feel their time as a guide dog owner has come to an end. A long cane can maintain some clients independence and help ease the transition to life without a dog.

I love my job and I love working at Guide Dogs. I strongly believe in the work that we do and see first hand every day the real life changing difference we make to blind and partially sighted people.




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"I love my job and I love working at Guide Dogs. I strongly believe in the work that we do and see first hand every day the real life changing difference we make to blind and partially sighted people."

- Susie - Mobility Instructor