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Assistance Dogs International, Inc. ADI is a worldwide coalition of non-profit programs that train and place Assistance Dogs. Founded in from a group of seven small programs, ADI has become the leading authority in the Assistance Dog industry. ADI fosters a collaborative global community dedicated to the highest standards of excellence for the assistance dog industry. A global network of organizations collaborating to ensure high quality assistance dogs create new paths of possibilities for the individuals they support.
We hold ourselves accountable for meeting and exceeding our members' expectations. We are committed to training methods, care and treatment that demonstrate partnership, appreciation and respect. We seek out opportunities to be culturally responsive, and to enhance diversity and inclusion. Learn More Become a Member. We can help! Accredited members do not offer board and train services for personally owned dogs. Search Participants. Assistance Dogs International membership provides the opportunity to belong to a worldwide organization of assistance dog organizations that share a mission of training and placing the highest quality of trained assistance dogs to individuals with disabilities to improve their quality of life.
ADI facilitates the exchange of best practices, knowledge of industry trends, further education of its members and the public, and the opportunity to be involved in the development of the highest standards in the assistance dog industry. ADI offers support to new and existing assistance dog not-for-profit programs that wish to improve their quality of operations.
Interested in becoming a member? The presence of a dog for protection, personal defense, or comfort does not qualify that dog as an assistance dog.
A dog that guides individuals who are blind or visually impaired. The presence of a dog for protection, personal defense, or comfort does not qualify that dog as a guide dog. A dog that works for individuals with disabilities other than blindness or deafness. They are trained to perform a wide variety of tasks including but not limited to; pulling a wheelchair, bracing, retrieving, alerting to a medical crisis, and providing assistance in a medical crisis.