From children learning to read to seniors in residential care to individuals receiving medical treatments in clinical settings, therapy animals can benefit individuals physically, emotionally and socially. However, therapy animals and their handlers who do not have sufficient training or screening can pose a risk – from unpredictable behavior to the spread of germs. As a volunteer, you know that Pet Partners is a leader among therapy animal organizations, initially authoring the Standards of Practice in Animal-Assisted Interventions in 1996. Help us ensure that lawmakers know the importance of therapy animal standards and share ours with them to help protect our work.
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