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Many people may struggle accessing your business because they have sight loss. It's not a small problem. The numbers of those living with sight loss in the UK are set to double to four million by 2050. Our Inclusivity at Work programme offers practical resources, specialist training and expert advice for organisations to help them better support customers with sight loss.Get your free business toolkit today
Your free business toolkit includes:
- Hands on tools for making your organisation more accessible.
- The business case for making inclusivity work for your organisation.
- What the law says, your legal obligations and what this means for you.
- What your organisation can do to make reasonable adjustments.
- How to give first class service to your customers with sight loss.
- Introduction to our specialist training and expert advice services.
Why Guide Dogs?
We're the experts in inclusivity in the sight loss sector.
For more than 85 years we’ve been working to ensure people with sight loss are not left out of life. Our specialist training and expert advice services are led by insight and research. This ensures that we put the needs of organisations like yours and people with sight loss at the heart of our programme.
"Guide Dogs quickly identified our business needs, designing and delivering cost-effective user research to test innovative digital solutions aimed at improving the inclusivity of our in-store customer services. The final report was brilliant - it was comprehensive, well presented and made clear and practicable recommendations"Head of Technology Research at Tesco Labs
"It is a very competitive market at the moment and no hotel can afford to ignore any client base. Guide Dogs' training has given us the edge on our competitors"Hotel Manager, Best Western Hotels
"We joined forces with Guide Dogs to develop a new training package to deliver sighted guide training to all our drivers. By working in partnership with Guide Dogs we can jointly find solutions to make public transport even more accessible"Driver Training Development Manager, First Bus
"The Guide Dogs site survey was very well received, both informative and enlightening, which seems to have caught our imagination with ideas on how to improve our works and minimise our impact on the community"Project Manager, Balfour Beatty
"Very good presentation and practical experiences. The simple objects of everyday life to a sighted person compared to being blind or partially sighted was a very worrying experience"HSS Advisor, UK Power Networks
"Guide Dogs training is a crucial part of our volunteer training programme. It forms a vital part of our Customer and Mobility service, enabling volunteers to confidently and responsibly guide visitors with a visual impairment around the park"General Manager for Parklife, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park