Children, young people and adults' services
Children and young peoples' services
Call 0800 781 1444 to find out more and get advice
We can produce books in large-print, tailor-made to suit a child’s eye condition. The service includes fact and popular fiction titles, annuals and National Curriculum revision guides for home and school.
Discover how assistive technology (also called access or adaptive technology) and sensory items could help your child play and study – and how you can secure funding.
A UK-wide programme of day and weekend family events where children with a visual impairment, and their siblings, can play with others who have similar conditions and parents can access information and help.
Find out how to get specialist support that will meet your child’s needs to ensure they are supported at school, and that they attend the nursery, school or college that’s right for them.
Trained and experienced family support officers are able to provide practical advice and emotional support from the moment your child is diagnosed with a vision impairment.
Our Movement Matters training gives children the confidence to independently navigate the world around them safely with lifelong orientation and mobility skills.
A guide dog can offer significant benefits to young people who are blind or partially sighted, including increased confidence, self-esteem, independence and mobility.
We believe that a dog can make a remarkable difference in any child’s life by fostering a sense of responsibility and companionship through the human/animal bond.
My Guide, our free sighted guiding service, helps promote freedom and independence for people with a vision impairment. We also offer support in the form of guiding training for friends and family.
Find out more about how technology can enhance the lives of blind or partially sighted people, from complex sound based technology to iPhone accessibility features.
There are over 4,950 guide dog owners in the UK. If you are blind or partially sighted, a guide dog could change your life. Find out how we can help you get out and about.
Through meeting, listening, seeing and learning from one of our volunteer speakers, people feel they know about Guide Dogs and feel inspired to help change a life.
By My Side
Guide Dogs is here to help you achieve your own goals, whether that be having access to school curriculum large print books, or enjoying your favourite hobby like Rosie in our video below.
Get in touch
Call 0800 781 1444 for our children and young peoples' services
Download a copy of, or listen to, our services leaflet.