Regulates, tests and registers therapy dogs and handlers for the purpose of visiting nursing homes, hospitals, etc.
Donates Great Danes as service dogs to those with severe bal- ance and mobility limitations, and provides applicant training.
Trains dogs to become guide dogs, companion and therapy dogs for children with vision impairment.
Provides hearing and service dogs for people who are deaf or use a wheelchair; trains and provides rescued dogs and donated puppies to promote independence.
Raise and train capuchin monkeys to act as live-in companions for individuals with physical disabilities.
Enriches the lives of those who have vision impairment or Autism Spectrum Disorder with trained dogs, for assistance, companion- ship, and emotional support.
Provides well-trained therapy dog teams for visitation to nursing facilities, hospitals, rehab centers, schools and other locations where they provide therapeutic contact with the elderly, the disabled, or the young.
Provides therapy dogs, trained rescue dogs and service dogs for persons with disabilities to improve quality of life.
Provides highly-trained assistance dogs for children ages 5 and up—and adults with disabilities, free of charge.
Promotes the promotion of child-canine assistance teams to promote independence and social awareness.
Dedicated to training service dogs, home companion dogs, and residential companion dogs to assist individuals who have a wide range of physical and cognitive disabilities.
New England affiliate to Assistance Dog United Campaign (ADUC) hosting NH and ME summer camp programs to teach children about the experience of having a service animal. Provides information to individuals and guidance to assistance dog programs.
Provides information to individuals and guidance to assistance dog programs.
Provides trained service dogs. Training is recipient-specific and includes Autism, mobility, signal/hearing ear, seizure assistance, and emotional support.