Claudia and Noah
Autism Assistance Dog
Things that many of us take for granted such as a trip to the shops can be difficult for families living with autism. With an Assistance Dog by their side, these outings can shift from being major victories to regular occurrences.
Characteristics of a Quality Assistance Dog
Assistance Dogs are intelligent and have a strong work ethic that allows them to learn 50 cues that allow them to offer both practical and emotional support to their client. Most importantly though is the loving bond they form with their client. Always by their side, ready to take on what each day holds.
Training & Advanced skills
Through their advanced training, our dogs learn a variety of skills to help their clients with their day-to-day lives. They can help reduce anxiety by offering physical contact when needed, or help a child’s cognitive development by patiently helping them learn at their own pace.