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Assistance Dogs: Historic Patterns and Roles of Dogs Placed by ADI or IGDF Accredited Facilities and by Non-Accredited U.S. Facilities
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Contributor(s):: Sandra Walther, Mariko Yamamoto, Abigail Paige Thigpen, Anaissa Garcia, Neil H. Willits, Lynette A. Hart
Dogs’ roles to support people with disabilities are increasing. Existing U.S. laws and regulations pertaining to the use of dogs for people with disabilities are only minimally enforced. Pushback legislation against some aspects of uses of assistance dogs currently is being passed or...
Dogs for Diabetes
Contributor(s):: Spero, D.
Hypoglycemia Alert Dogs: A Novel, Cost-effective Approach for Diabetes Monitoring?
Contributor(s):: Lippi, G., Cervellin, G., Dondi, M., Targher, G.
Impacto do maneio clínico da Diabetes mellitus canina e felina na qualidade de vida do cuidador e do paciente
Contributor(s):: Juliana Rodrigues Carreira
A Diabetes mellitus é uma afeção crónica caracterizada por hiperglicémia persistente, cujos mecanismos fisiopatológicos, ainda não totalmente esclarecidos, serão diferentes em cães e gatos, razão provável para que nos...
Contributor(s):: Sherry Steine Ross
For those applying for a Facility Dog or Companion Dog – please email us to request an application and it will be emailed to you.For those applying for a PTSD or Psychiatric Service Dog, Diabetic Alert Dog, Hearing Dog, or Autism Service Dog, Mobility Assist Dog please follow...
Service Dog Academy
The Service Dog Academy, located in Waterloo, Illinois a bedroom community just outside of St. Louis Missouri , trains your puppy and adult dog using a combination of online SKYPE sessions and videos in combination with our 4 Day Intensive Diabetic Alert Dog Workshop. This unique combination of...
Retrieving Freedom, Inc
Retrieving Freedom, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to training service dogs to help people. Our three primary focuses are training dogs to serve the needs of veterans, children with autism and individuals living with diabetes. We breed and train chosen dogs that exhibit...
Power Paws Assistance Dogs
The mission of Power Paws Assistance Dogs is to provide highly skilled assistance dogs to children and adults with disabilities, to provide education and continuing support for working assistance dog teams, and to be a resource in the community for people with disabilities.Incorporated in 2001,...
Association between Responsible Pet Ownership and Glycemic Control in Youths with Type 1 Diabetes
Contributor(s):: Maranda, L., Gupta, O. T.
Contributor(s):: Louise Maranda, Olga T. Gupta
Type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM) a chronic characterized by an absolute insulin deficiency requires conscientious patient self-management to maintain glucose control within a normal range. Family cohesion and adaptability, positive coping strategies, social support and adequate self-regulatory...
Elle & Coach : diabetes, the fight for my daughter's life, and the dog who changed everything
Contributor(s):: Shaheen, Stefany, Dagostino, Mark
Spotlight on medical alert assistance dogs
A Novel Behavioral Intervention in Adolescents With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Improves Glycemic Control: Preliminary Results From a Pilot Randomized Control Trial
Contributor(s):: Maranda, Louise, Lau, May, Stewart, Sunita M., Gupta, Olga T.
Know thyself. Learning to better recognize highs and lows may help prevent blood glucose extremes
Contributor(s):: Gebel, Erika
On the Nose. Before purchasing a diabetes alert dog, read these pointers
Contributor(s):: Cattet, Jennifer, Hardin, Dana S.
Contributor(s):: Cattet, J., Hardin, D. S.
Canine Support Teams, Inc.
Founded in 1989, by Carol Roquemore, Canine Support Teams provides service dogs to increase the ability of someone with disabilities to live independently while simultaneously providing loving companionship. Canine Support Teams is a non-profit organization, made possible by the many people who...
Feline Responses to Hypoglycemia in People with Type 1 Diabetes
Contributor(s):: Wells, Deborah L., Lawson, Shaun W., Siriwardena, A. Niroshan
Non-invasive detection of hypoglycaemia using a novel, fully biocompatible and patient friendly alarm system
Contributor(s):: Chen, M., Daly, M., Williams, N., Williams, S., Williams, C., Williams, G.
Type 1 diabetics and their pets
Contributor(s):: Lim, K., Wilcox, A., Fisher, M., Burns-Cox, C. J.