Hearing Dogs for Deaf People trains dogs to alert deaf people to everyday sounds that hearing people often take for granted, such as the alarm clock, doorbell, baby cry and smoke alarm.
Dogs for Good is a life-transforming charity, creating exceptional partnerships between people living with disability and specially trained assistance dogs. Their services help children with a physical disability from as young as eight years old, adults with a physical disability and has commenced a project training assistance dogs to support families with a child affected by autism.
Medical Detection Dogs is a charity that trains dogs to help people with life threatening health conditions, giving them greater independence and above all saving their lives on a daily basis.
A guide dog offers a unique, safe and effective way of getting about independently. You don't need to have lost all your sight and most people who own a guide dog still have some vision. Many aren't formally registered as blind or partially-sighted, either.
Support Dogs is a Registered UK Assistance Dog charity dedicated to training dogs to transform the lives of people with various medical conditions. We provide help with everyday tasks for people with physical disabilities, give advanced warning of seizures for people with epilepsy and provide safety and companionship for children with autism.
Canine Partners provide practical day to day assistance with tasks that may be difficult, painful,or impossible to perform. They also provide that special companionship, unconditional love and affection which is so unique to dogs.
Assistance Dogs (UK) aims to improve access for disabled people who depend on these dogs in public places such as supermarkets, restaurants and public transport which might not otherwise be accessible to them. AD (UK)’s efforts are supported by the Disability Discrimination Act (1995).
Dog A.I.D. are current members of Assistance Dogs (UK) along with:
Dog A.I.D. are proud to also be fully accredited members of Assistance Dogs Europe and Assistance Dogs International.