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  Title Animal Assisted Intervention International 2 Day Conference
  Speaker Healthcare/Human/Social Service Providers, dog trainers, directors
  Date(s) September 19th & 20th, 2014
  Location Grand Hyatt, Denver Colorado
  Fee $350 per person (early bird discounts of $335 until end of May)
  Host Organization Animal Assisted Intervention International
  Contact Person Lucija, Elma (Sweden or Croatia)
  Contact Email
  Contact Phone 1-505-228-4650 US contact Melissa Winkle

  Description of Seminar/Conference

AAII Conference Description: Topics include animal assisted therapy, animal assisted education, animal assisted activities, & animal support/handling/training. The 2014 content themes include dog training/welfare, AAI with specific populations, program development/management, world views on AAI, assistance dog training organizations and AAI, developing interventions, measuring impact/developing research, & education/evaluation/expectations for handlers and dogs. Presenters include: Directors, healthcare/human service providers, educators, dog trainers.

2014 Keynote Speaker: Aubrey Fine.

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