Event schedule now available for “The Value of Human Animal Interactions”

Paws for Progress is proud to present the preliminary programme for our exciting upcoming event “The Value of Human Animal Interactions” which will be held on Friday the 18th and Saturday the 19th of September at the Stirling Court Hotel. This is a brilliant opportunity for practitioners and those interested in Human Animal Interactions (HAI) to connect with experts in the field, share knowledge and advance their Continuing Professional Development by taking part in interactive workshops and attending talks from a range of excellent speakers. We will be focusing on the value of HAI within a variety of settings including healthcare, education and rehabilitation.

Follow the following link to see our full preliminary programme

For more details on the event see our event page

Please get in touch with us at info@pawsforprogress.co.uk with any enquiries.

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We have guest speakers attending from organisations based throughout the UK, you can find out more about the organisations they are involved in by clicking on the links below.

Rebecca Leonardi, Paws for Progress

Elizabeth Ormerod, SCAS and IAHAIO

Belinda Johnston, Our Special Friends

Joanne Williams, The University of Edinburgh

Lesley Winton, Fostering Compassion

Selina Gibsone, Dogs for the Disabled

Tracie FaaThompson,Turn about Pegasus

Kerri Bee, SPPOT

Ruby Shorrock, The Trusty Paws Clinic

Marion Janner, Star Wards

Jeni Lennox, Dementia Dog

Katie Bristow, People & Animals

Mollie

We look forward to welcoming you to our event this September

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