ADEu logo with pictures of some of our working dogs

ADI website



Assistance Dogs Europe is a regional chapter of Assistance Dogs International.

The new ADI website has gone live on Wednesday 28th November 2012. The website is an important part of ADI’s work and is well used both by Members and the general public. The new website is much more dynamic than the existing one and is much simpler to update. We have made it easier to navigate and the information is clearer and more logically presented. We have introduced some new features – a ‘news’ section which can be regularly updated and a ‘Members Only’ area open to accredited members.

We have not yet completed the ‘Members Only’ area so we have to complete a number of things in the next months. We also hope that you will contribute to the area and send us interesting articles, news releases etc that can be added to this part of the website. We are also keen to have access to any really good photographs that you have (we need the subjects agreement) as we want to change them on a regular basis to keep the site fresh. To access the ‘Members Only’ area, you will need a unique code which has been sent to you separately.

At the moment we are working on the unification of the accreditation procedure. As soon as the unification is a fact all the accreditation information will be found on the new ADI site. In the meantime you still can use the information and documents of the European accreditation page.

We hope you like the site, the result of some great work by Laura Pryor and Elma Burg. If any of the information on the site about your program is inaccurate, please do get in contact with us. Our webmaster, Laura Pryor, can be contacted:
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Information about Assistance Dogs Europe
Updated November, 2013