Square supports Guide Dog training

AT THE END 2021, SUPPORT A GOOD CAUSE TOGETHER WITH SQUARE!

This year, Square decided to donate our budget for printed holiday cards entirely to the Association of Guide Dogs for the Blind in Lyon and Central-East France.

We invite you to join us in increasing our donation for this year.

For each person that clicks the button below, Square will donate 2€ to the Association of Guide Dogs for the Blind in Lyon and Central-East France (Association de Chiens Guides de Lyon & Centre-Est).

Before you click, please enter your first & last name and your email address

Together, let’s help the Association of Guide Dogs for the Blind in Lyon & Central-East France!

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For 35 years, the Association of Guide Dogs for the Blind in Lyon and Central-East France has been training and giving guide dogs free of charge to blind or visually impaired people, which restores their self-confidence and autonomy.

Each year, 20 dogs are handed over by the Association to their new owner, forming a dog/owner partnership based on trust and mutual respect. A tandem that will quickly become inseparable.

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The association, which is recognised as being of public benefit, lives solely on donations and legacies. These donations allow the puppies entrusted to the Association to be fed, cared for, and educated, and to accompany the visually impaired in their daily lives.

Each year, companies and schools commit themselves to the Association by sponsoring a puppy. This puppy will become their mascot and as such continue to raise awareness among employees and/or students of visual impairment, and of our differences, quite simply.

These actions can be part of a corporate social responsibility (CSR) engagement and contribute to creating social links within organisations.

Capture d'écran de l'application Chiens Guides avec différentes rubriques ainsi qu'une page de couverture du magazine Partenaires

Square is already partnering with the Association of Guide Dogs for the Blind in Lyon and Central-East France by developing and updating their mobile application and their magazine called “Partenaires” (“Partners”).

A particular requirement in the development of these communication tools is the so-called “document accessibility”, or documents that are optimised to be read by a smartphone voice assistant, which has become essential for the visually impaired.

Beyond the technical software expertise, Square can rely on our logical and functional expertise to implement the necessary “remediation” which allows an optimised voice over reading experience of any document.

If you wish to download the application, click on one of the buttons below:

Some numbers…

1% number of visually impaired people who have their own guide dog
12 month time spent in pre-education in foster care homes
25K€ the cost of raising a guide dog

If you want to know more, go to their website by clicking here

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To find out more about our accessibility and remediation solutions contact us: contact@square.fr

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