There are currently three research projects being carried out to support the evidence of the success and impact that a Mobility Dog has on the lives of New Zealanders with disabilities.
Information about the projects that are currently underway can be found via the links below:
Begging for a canine prescription or barking up the wrong tree: Dogs in support of people with movement disorders. A feasibility study.
How do we know what we do works? Building robust research through partnership.
Dallas Rewi, Suzie Mudge, Alexis Channon
For further information on Dallas’ research please phone Magda Smolira on 027 7001837.
Internal Audit MADT Impact Survey
The aim was to find out if the documented benefits of independence, confidence and companionship, and the relief of anxiety, loneliness and isolation were indeed occurring within our small community.
For further information on this audit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org