Guide Dog Users, Inc.
Guide Dog Users, Inc. (GDUI) does not train or place guide dogs, but acts as an independent resource network, providing information, support and advice concerning guide dogs, guide dog training and access laws to its members, the media and the public at large. GDUI is a special interest affiliate of the American Council of the Blind. With more than 1,000 members in ten countries, GDUI is the largest and fastest-growing organization of its kind in the world.
Guide Dog Users, Inc
14311 Astrodome Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20906-2245
The National Association of Guide Dog Users
The National Association of Guide Dog Users is a special interest affiliate of the National Federation of the Blind. It is a forum for guide dog users, and those considering getting a guide dog, to learn more about the use of guide dogs and the guide dog movement in general. Members discuss common issues and work together to promote sound practices in the training and use of guide dogs. The Association also promotes various guide dog training programs and works to enlighten the general public, guide dog users, and the blind in general to the special access legislation allowing a blind person to enter public places accompanied by their guide dogs.