Diabetes Alert Dog Resources

April 18, 2011 10:57 am

These organizations can provide a wealth of information about assistance dogs and related issues.

ASSISTANCE DOGS INTERNATIONAL
www.assistancedogsinternational.org[1]
ADI is a coalition of nonprofit assistance dog training organizations that has developed standards and ethics for the training of assistance dogs. A list of accredited members is online, with information on the types of training each member-organization does.

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DELTA SOCIETY
www.deltasociety.org[2]
Delta Society is a nonprofit organization that works to advance human health and well-being through positive interactions with animals. The National Service Animal Resource Center is a Web-based Delta Society program that provides information and resources for people with disabilities who are considering getting a service animal or are currently partnered with a service animal. The Service Animal Trainer Directory can be searched by disability training types, including “Diabetes Alert.”

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ASSISTANCE DOG PARTNERS
www.iaadp.org[3]
The IAADP is a nonprofit organization with the goal of providing accurate and objective information about the assistance dog field, both to those who use the dogs and to the general public.

Endnotes:
  1. www.assistancedogsinternational.org: http://www.assistancedogsinternational.org
  2. www.deltasociety.org: http://www.deltasociety.org
  3. www.iaadp.org: http://www.iaadp.org

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