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my-guide-rgb-logoforwebWould you like to make a real practical difference to someone living with sight loss? Would you like to be instrumental in helping someone to participate more fully in their local community and work towards greater independence? Guide Dogs are currently seeking volunteers to do just that as part of their ground breaking My Guide scheme.

My Guide is a service provided by Guide Dogs to support people who are living with sight loss to get out and about, to do the things they want to do. The role involves providing sighted guide assistance on the Isle of Wight.

Guide Dogs currently have 4 service users waiting and they would really like to build up confidence in getting out and about with the overall aim of being able to go out independently.

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This exciting and fulfilling volunteering opportunity would suit someone who likes to get out and about and could spare 2-3 hours a week. Full My Guide training and ongoing support and supervision are provided.  Volunteers must be 18+ and would require a DBS check.

To find out more about how you could help towards a person living with sight loss getting more out life, contact Hazel Dyson, Volunteering Consultant on 0118 983 8892 or at [email protected].

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