We are excited to bring you yet another fun episode of the Juno report. This month we begin with Guide Dog school Tails, a summary of what’s happening at most of the major guide dog schools in North America as told at the GDUI summer convention. And we wrap up with an announcement from GDUI reminding all of us that it’s time to pay 2020 dues.
GDUI Juno Report
The Juno Report for December includes some important announcements from GDUI and another fascinating presentation from the 2019 GDUI convention. This presentation is called “When Us and Them becomes We and They.” It is all about service dogs and their handlers with disabilities.
This report is for November, 2019.
That’s right! After a longer than expected absence, Guide Dog Users Inc. is delighted to announce all new episodes of the Juno Report.
This month’s episode features the luncheon presentation from the 2019 Guide Dog Users Inc. convention. Learn about GDUI Treasurer Lynn Merrill’s lifelong dream to climb Maine’s highest peak, Mount Katahdin and how she did exactly this with the help of her guide dog, her family, and an instructor from Fidelco Guide Dog foundation. This is a presentation you won’t want to miss even if you have no particular interest in guide dogs. It’s just fabulous!
The Juno Report for October also includes some announcements, and the highlights of the GDUI awards presentation from the 2019 convention.
The Juno Report airs on ACB Radio Mainstream on Thursdays at 4AM, 7AM, 4PM, and 7PM (eastern).
It also plays on Sundays at 9PM and Mondays at 12AM, 9AM and 12PM (eastern.)
It then appears in this podcast feed in approximately one week.
Learn about Delta's new policy on service and emotional support animals and reaction from Guide Dog Users inc and the rest of the community on this episode.
This is the GDUI Juno Report for September, 2017.
This is the GDUI Juno Report for August, 2017.
This is the GDUI Juno Report for July, 2017.
This is the GDUI Juno Report for June, 2017.
This is the GDUI Juno Report for May, 2017.