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Increasing Impact One Wag at a Time

“As Canine Companions looks to serve our community in better ways and increase its impact, we are proud to announce that the national board of directors has approved the launch of a small therapy dog certification pilot program in 2020,” says Sarah Birman, director of training and client services. “With so many Canine Companions released dogs already performing therapy work, it is a natural progression to provide this program to our volunteer puppy raisers.”

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Partnering with BraunAbility to Create a More Inclusive and Accessible World

Canine Companions and BraunAbility, the world’s leading manufacturer of mobility transportation solutions, are committed to championing independence for people with mobility disabilities by creating a more inclusive and accessible world. This new platform, called Drive for Inclusion, unites those with mobility challenges and tackles one of the biggest issues they face daily—abuse of accessible parking.

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Canine Companions® CEO Paige Mazzoni Appointed to Air Carrier Access Act Advisory Committee

Canine Companions’ CEO Paige Mazzoni’s appointment to the Air Carrier Access Act Advisory Committee is a significant step forward for the organization’s advocacy goals. With ongoing advocacy efforts to protect access and independence for Canine Companions graduate teams as well as other service dog users, this appointment will ensure we have a voice for all service dog users.

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