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Abstracts of the 2018 International Guide Dogs Federation (IGDF) Seminar

| Jan 01, 2019


The International Guide Dog Federation (IGDF) is comprised of over 90 member organizations, whose purpose is to serve people who are blind or vision impaired around the world, by training and providing Guide Dogs.

Member organizations have been accredited against agreed international standards and are re-assessed every five years.

The IGDF facilitates a sharing of knowledge, experience, highest quality standards, methodologies, and help for new or existing schools wanting to improve the quality of their operations. This takes place through a biennial seminar which is attended by around 300 delegates from all corners of the globe.

Presentations based on the following abstracts were offered to delegates at the most recent seminar, held in Sydney, Australia (September 13–16, 2018).

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Volume Open
Journal Subjects:
Medicine, Clinical Medicine, Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine