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Personality assessment for dogs in AAI!


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Place: on-line
Date: 6th December 2020, 10 AM (CET)
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The conference is free of charge! Number of the spots are limited to 500   

The International Research Team has developed the world's first protocol for testing dogs for their predisposition to work in therapy and education! There are different work standards and requirements for dogs in the therapeutic environment in Poland and other countries. There are cases where qualifications are not expected, the dog is exposed to stress and his welfare is compromised. 
We know that standardizing procedures increases the quality of work, dispels doubts and makes AAI itself a clearer and more professional area of ​​work. 

A project of international standardization under the guidance of three pioneering AAI centers in Europe!

  1. Association of People to People
  2. Norwegian Center of Anthrozoology
  3. HungarianEötvös Loránd University

Speakers will be not only experts from partner organizations but also representatives of other European institutions using AAI, scientists working with dogs and researchers studying dog behaviour.  

Meet our speakers:

PhD Christine Olsen is founder of the Norwegian Centre of Anthrozoology and chair leader of the board. Dr. Olsen is group head of “Small animals in visiting programs” in the IAHAIO Taskforce. She has a master degree in ethology, and a PhD in public health focusing on animal-assisted interventions. Dr. Olsen is also a dog behaviorist and dog trainer, and screen dogs personality. She is currently doing research on dog behavior.

Line Sandstedt is managing director of the Norwegian Centre of Anthrozoology. She is a lector in science and a postgraduate in special needs education and coaching. Sandstedt is also a dog behaviourist and dog trainer, and screen dogs personality for AAI. Sandstedt gives courses in dog training both nationally and internationally. She is responsible for all of the education given by AZS, both dog training and training of human-animal teams. Line has worked for the organization since 2006.


Magdalena Nawarecka-Piątek - President of Animals for People Association. Graduate of Warsaw University, specialization in social policy and pedagogy care and upbringing with educational therapy. Educationist, sensory integration therapist, Animal Assisted Therapy instructor since 2005. Since 2017 licensed evaluator of Human-Dog teams in Pet Partners Organization (USA).  Experienced therapist and educator in AAI with children. Since 2016 co-author of the dog-assisted therapy program for Alzheimer patients. Trainer in AAI courses for proffesionals. Co-author of international AAI handbooks.

Prof. Ádám Miklósithe head of the Department of Ethology at the Eötvös University in Budapest (Hungary). In 2016 he was elected as a corresponding member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. The co-founder and leader of the Family Dog Project (http://familydogproject.elte.hu) which aims to study human-dog interaction from an ethological perspective. In 2014 he published the 2nd edition of an academic volume entitled Dog behavior, evolution and cognition by Oxford University Press that summarizes the most recent status on dog oriented research, and is regarded as the main textbook for teaching in this area.

 

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Miejsce: on-line, link do pokoju konferencji otrzymasz po rejestracji

Termin: 6 grudnia 2020

Język: angielski (bez tłumaczenia na język polski)

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Międzynarodowy Zespół Badawczy opracował pierwszy na świecie protokół do testowania psów pod kątem ich predyspozycji do pracy w terapii i edukacji! W środowisku dogoterapeutycznym w Polsce i innych krajach są różne standardy pracy i wymagań wobec psów. Są przypadki kiedy nie oczekuje się kwalifikacji albo zajęcia narażają psa na stres, a jego dobrostan jest naruszony. A nawet sam pies nie nadaje się do tego typu pracy! 

Wiemy, że ustandaryzowanie procedur podnosi jakość pracy, pozwala rozwiać wątpliwości i sprawia, że sama dogoterapia staje się bardziej klarownym i profesjonalnym obszarem pracy. 

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Projekt międzynarodowej standaryzacji pod okiem czterech pionierskich ośrodków AAI w Europie!

  1. Stowarzyszenie Zwierzęta Ludziom
  2. Norwegian Centre of Anthrozoology
  3. Węgierski EÖTVÖS LORÁND UNIVERSITY

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