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Module 3 - Guide Dogs in the community

3.3 Lesson plan and activity sheet


Learn about our campaigns and how you can get involved.

Streets Ahead

Have you ever...

Tripped on a broken kerb? Been hit in the face by an overhanging bush? Struggled to find a safe place to cross the road? If you have, you are not alone - and imagine if you were blind or partially sighted! This is why Guide Dogs are launching their Streets Ahead campaign. Read more about Streets Ahead

Street Ahead campaign logo

Dog Attacks

Dog attacks are of great concern to The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association and to guide dog owners. The number of guide dog owners who are reporting dog attacks on their dogs is increasing. Read more about Dog Attacks

An injured guide dog who has been attacked by another dog

Safe and Sound

Electric, hybrid and quiet combustion engines all present a danger to pedestrians who cannot hear them. If you are blind & partially sighted you rely on vehicle noise to identify cars and vans, so you can find a safe gap in the traffic to cross a road. Read more about Safe and Sound

Illustration of a hybrid car

Meet Craig and Commando

Hello, and welcome to what I hope will become a regular, must-read blog about my day to day adventures with my first guide dog, Commando! No folks, I’m not kidding, that’s his name... I suppose we should start at the very beginning - as someone once said that that is a very good place to start - with a little bit about me.

My name is Craig, and I am almost 32 years old. I have had poor eyesight my whole life, but a series of deteriorations which began at age 18 have now left me completely blind. Read more

Polaroid of Craig and his Guide Dog Commando