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International Association of Assistance Dog Partners


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Editor
38691 Filly Drive
Sterling Heights, MI 48310

586-826-3938 (Voice),

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Abstract

The International Association of Assistance Dog Partners (IAADP) is a cross disability group which educates and supports people with disabilities who have canine assistants do such things as guide people with visual disabilities, alert people with hearing disabilities to sounds in their environment, and service dogs that facilitate people with all other sorts of disabilities. The mission of this non profit organization is to (1) provide assistance dog partners with a voice in the assistance dog field; (2) enable those partnered with guide dogs, hearing dogs and service dogs to work together on issues of mutual concern; (3) to foster the disabled person / assistance dog partnership. The organization is run by a Board whose members are drawn from the population of disabled people partnered with guide dogs, hearing dogs and service dogs.

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Audit

Date Entered: 2/1/1998
Date Edited: 3/14/2013
Date Revised: 6/7/2013
Health Referral Number: HR2908
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