Vision-impaired children reach new heights with circus activities

Sydney Morning Herald website reporting on Guide Dogs NSW circus arts dayNine Sydney children with impaired vision recently came to the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre to take part in the thrill of circus activities as part of their ongoing development of physical and practical skills.

Circus Arts, located in the grounds of the Aquatic Centre, offers circus skills workshops every school holidays for children between 4–14.

Guide Dogs NSW organised this unique day out for the children that allowed them to develop important skills unknowingly, by having a go at new and fun activities including the trapeze!

Sydney Morning Herald came along to capture the day, watch their video and find out more about the great work of Guide Dogs NSW

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