Assistance Dogs International (ADI)
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Set up originally as a North American organization. Developed into an international coalition, 2007.
Establish and promote standards of excellence in all areas of assistance dog acquisition, training and partnership; facilitate communication and learning among member programmes; educate the public about the benefits of assistance dogs.
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Board of Directors. Regional chapters (4): D-XM4718 - Assistance Dogs Europe (ADEu); ADINA - North America; OCEANIA - Australia and New Zealand.
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