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Sector advice on sighted guiding

RNIB, Guide Dogs and Thomas Pocklington Trust have published guidance on how to safely provide sighted guiding assistance for blind and partially sighted people.

The principles are intended for all blind and partially sighted individuals who require sighted guiding assistance. They are based on guidance in force in England on 2 September 2020 but people should stay up to date with current government COVID-19 advice, as guidance is subject to change. In the case of any ambiguity, government-issued guidance should always take precedence.

Download the advice.

 

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