Assistance Dogs International, Inc. is a coalition of members representing organizations and individuals training and placing Assistance Dogs. The purpose of ADI is to improve the areas of training, placement, and utilization of Assistance Dogs. Members of ADI meet annually to share ideas, attend seminars, and conduct business regarding such things as educating the public about Assistance Dogs, and the legal rights of disabled people partnered with an Assistance Dog, setting minimum standards and guidelines for the training of these dogs, and improving the utilization and bonding of each team. ADI also publishes a quarterly newsletter for members and subscribers. If you are a provider of Assistance Dogs, ADI membership will be a benefit to you, and you can be a part of ADI's mission.