WHAT
WE DO

Our working teams of professionals, handlers and dogs are on the job 6 days a week, and can be seen throughout South Australia.

PROGRAMS & PROJECTS.

Our working teams of professionals, handlers and dogs are on the job 6 days a week, and can be seen throughout South Australia, delivering programs within various SA Service Providers facilitys such as hospitals, retirement centres, schools, homeless shelters, disability services, community events and service delivery of Animal Assisted Activities Programs within  Centres Fulham and Seaton. 

Assistance Intervention Dogs

  •  work 5 to 6 days a week

  •  are owned by Therapeutic Dog Services Incorporated and work as part of the Therapeutic Dog Services professional health care team.

  • work individually, however you will more than often see them working in a pack.

  •  work and are handled by various Animal Assisted Therapists and/or volunteer dog handlers

  • have had vigorous training

  • Specifically trained to working in various stressful environments

  • Extensive experience working with clients living with acute illness, living with various degrees of disability, aging population and mental health.

  • Extensive experience working with individual clients or large groups

  • Extensive experience working as a pack

Animal Assisted Activities (AAA)

Animal Assisted activities (AAA) provide opportunities for motivation, education, or recreation to enhance quality of life. Animal assisted activities are delivered in a variety of environments by specially trained professionals, paraprofessionals, or volunteers in association with animals that meet specific criteria.

Animal Assisted Education (AAE)

Animal Asssited Education (AAE) is goal directed intervention programs in which an animal meeting specific criteria is an integral part of the educational process. Delivered and/or directed by health & human service provider working within the scope of their profession.  

Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT)

Animal Assisted Therapy  (AAT) is a goal-directed intervention in which a dog is incorporated as an intergral part of the clinical health-care treatment process.

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WHERE WE WORK.

These dogs are exceptionally well behaved dogs, extensive training and experience.

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Protecting the World’s Most Endangered Species

  • Dog Assisted Interventions Team

  • Primary Role

  • Animal Assisted Intervention (AAI) professional therapists whom train animals & their humans specifically for this level of professional work in healthcare and social service settings.

  • Animal Assisted activities (AAA) provide opportunities for motivation, education, or recreation to enhance quality of life. Animal assisted activities are delivered in a variety of environments by specially trained professionals, paraprofessionals, or volunteers in association with animals that meet specific criteria.

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  • Animal Assisted Education (AAE)

  • is goal directed intervention programs in which an animal meeting specific criteria is an integral part of the educational process. Delivered and/or directed by health & human service provider working within the scope of their profession.  

  • These dogs are exceptionally well behaved dogs, extensive training and experience.

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  • These dogs work 5 to 6 days a week

  • These dogs are owned by TDS Inc and work as part of the TDS Inc professional health care team

  • These dogs work individually, however you will more than often see them working in a pack. 

  • These dogs work and are handled by various TDS Inc dog handlers.

  • These dogs have had vigorous training

  • Specifically trained to working in various stressful environments

  • Extensive experience working with clients living with acute illness, living with various degrees of disability, ageing population and mental health.

  • Extensive experience working with individual clients or large groups

  • Extensive experience working as a pack

  • Our working teams of professionals, handlers and dogs are on the job 6 days a week, and can be seen throughout South Australia, delivering programs within various SA Service Providers facilitys such as hospitals, retirement centres, schools, homeless shelters, disability services, community events and service delivery of Animal Assisted Activities Programs within  Centres Fulham and Seaton. 

  • Animal Assisted Therapy  (AAT) is a goal-directed intervention in which a dog is incorporated as an intergral part of the clinical health-care treatment process.

Enhancing quality of life and health through the human - animal bond

Email: therapydogs@tdsinc.com.au

Phone: 0481293370

Tel: 08 8591 8109 Answering Service

Registered Charity: 90 024 628 522 

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