Stories About My Guide Dogs
Clark Roberts lost his ability to see at age 24 and has been inextricably connected to his guide dogs for a mobile lifestyle. This is a book about hope, courage, and inspiration as shared by a dog-lover and guide dog dependent.
Whether speaking to kids at schools, adults at corporations and private events, Clark has been a motivational speaker since the early 1990′s. His life experience overcoming physical challenges will engage and inspire you.
Arby the Wonder Dog
Arby is a yellow labrador that is both a friend and a guardian for Clark. Arby is part of a very important guide dog service, that provides mobility and independence for people with vision impairment & disabilities.
Youth Leadership Programs
Clark Roberts strongly believes in supporting youth leadership programs, because of the positive impacts that are made on teens from participating. Washington Business Week is one such program. For many students, this will be the first time in their life where they get hands on experience with real life business simulations. Clark’s life experience and approach to challenges fits perfectly with these kinds of programs.
Through good humor and humility, Clark speaks to students throughout the year, teaching awareness & diversity education through “Ultimate Vision.” His goal is that they embrace their potential, overcome obstacles & remove judgmental barriers that can hinder self development. With these kinds of tools, students will be better prepared to meet the challenges ahead.