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Here you will find the many graduates of Lead The Way AAI Institute.  Our graduates have undergone intensive assessments, and agree to follow the strictest ethical, safety and professional guidelines.  Lead The Way does not offer individual recommendations or endorsements, neither are graduates employees of Lead The Way.

Whats New? From 2019, all Certified Handlers will be listed in our Directory, including their level of certification!

Directory listings will include; the handler’s Certification Number and level (Certified Handler, Advanced Handler, Multi-Dog Handler or Practitioner) and will include the dog’s level of certification (Visiting, Advanced, Multi-Dog) and expiration date.

Maria Lazovic

Business Name: Melbourne End of Life Doula Services

End of Life Doula

Services Offered: End of Life Doula (Support Service). Volunteer Visiting (Hospitals, Palliative Care, Hospices, Aged Care Facilities, Home). I can also provide Animal Assisted Intervention (AAI) alongside psychologists, counsellors and other mental health professionals. If you would like to include an Animal Assisted Intervention (Therapy) dog in your sessions please call to discuss how I may be of assistance.
Contact Information
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Phone: 0411221750
Dog's Name : Sookie
Dog's Breed or description : Cavoodle
Training Completed : Foundation
Certification Date (Most Recent) : 19 August 2017
Certification Expiry : 19 August 2018
Certified Since : 19 August 2017

Note: This directory is intended as a general reference source of individuals who have completed our certification course(s), however please note that LTW makes no recommendation, endorsement or association with these individuals or businesses. Information provided should be carefully evaluated and users should make their own independent decision about their particular circumstances.  Health professionals working in Australia must carry registration with AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency), and teachers must be registered with their state board. Other professionals may carry memberships with relevant professional bodies. We recommend all AAI practitioners hold membership of AAIAA (Animal-Assisted Intervention Association of Australia).