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To help those in need through animal-assisted services.

Service Provider Information

Alpaca or Llama Cat Chicken Dog Donkey Goats Horse
Aged Care Worker Allied Health Professional Assistance animal trainer/assessor Audiologist Counsellor Doctor Learning & development professional Mental Health Worker Nurse Occupational Therapist Other Paediatrician Physiotherapist Psychiatrist Psychologist Psychotherapist Social Worker Speech Pathologist
ADHD Adversity Aged Care Allergies Anxiety Autism Bi Polar Cerebral Palsy Chronic Pain Communication Skills / Leadership Complex Trauma Corporate Wellness Dementia / Alzheimer’s Depression Diabetes Epilepsy Grief Hearing Impairment Illness Intellectual Disability Learning & Development Learning Difficulties Loneliness Mental Health Multiple Sclerosis Pain Management Physical Disabilities Physical injury Post-Traumatic Stress Psychiatric Conditions Psychological Injury Psychosocial Seizures Social & Emotional Skills Speech Impediments Spinal Cord Injury Stroke Traumatic Brain Injury Troubled Youth Veterans and First Responders Vision Impairment Visitation animals to facilities
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Type of Service Provided


*Service Provider Minimum Requirements

Please complete the following information in order for your application
to be considered for approval.

If approved your services will be listed on the Animal Therapies Ltd database


Holds a current public liability insurance policy.

Compliance Information

I hold a current insurance policy.

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Holds a current professional indemnity insurance

I hold a current insurance policy.

Is currently registered for tax with the Australian Tax Office

My organisation is currently registered for tax.

If you are an Allied Health Professional or professional animal trainer you must hold a current professional membership with the relevant peak body including professional liability insurance.

If applicable, please state which peak body you are a member of:

Uses positive training methods when training animals

I agree to abide by the ATL Code of Ethics.
RSPCA Duty of Care to Your Animals 1. Freedom from hunger and thirst: by ready access to fresh water and a diet to maintain full health and vigour. 2. Freedom from discomfort: by providing an appropriate environment including shelter and a comfortable resting area. 3. Freedom from pain, injury or disease: by prevention through rapid diagnosis and treatment. 4. Freedom to express normal behaviour: by providing sufficient space, proper facilities and company of the animal’s own kind. 5. Freedom from fear and distress: by ensuring conditions and treatment which avoid mental suffering.