International Association of Assistance Dog Partners (IAADP)
Information and Support
PO Box 638, Sterling Heights, MI, 48311-0638
Distance: 42 Miles
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Provides information, animal training guidelines, advocacy and general awareness for training and providing access to service dogs
- Assistance with community resources
Primarily represents and advocates for people with disabilities working with guide, hearing and service dogs
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DD-1500.2350Dog Guide Complaints Definition
Programs that accept and, where possible, attempt to resolve complaints regarding the licensing and regulation of dog guide schools and trainers, training practices in the field or other problems with dog guides, dog guide schools or personnel.
TJ-3000.8000Specialized Information and Referral Definition
Programs that maintain information about community resources that are appropriate for a specific target group or human services sector (for example, youth programs or addiction services) and which link individuals who are in need of specialized services with appropriate resources and/or which provide information about community agencies and organizations that offer specialized services.
YO-8200.0400-100Animal Trainers Definition
Individuals who train animals for riding, security, performance, obedience, or assisting individuals with disabilities by accustoming the animal to human voice and contact and conditioning the animal to respond to commands. They may train performing or show animals, animal athletes, care-giving animals (e.g., dog guides), animals involved in search and rescue operations or police/security work and animals who carry pack loads or work as a part of a pack team; or provide obedience training for household pets. During the conditioning process, trainers provide animals with mental stimulation, physical exercise and husbandry care. In addition to their hands-on work with the animals, trainers often oversee other aspects of the animal's care such as diet preparation. Trainers often work in competitions or shows such as the circus or marine parks. Trainers who work in shows also may participate in educational programs for visitors and guests.
YZ-8180Service Animal Issues Definition
Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of autism service animals, dog guides, mobility assistance service animals, psychiatric service dogs, seizure dogs, signal dogs and other service animals.