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Assistance service dogs come in many colors and breed - some pure breeds and some mutt breeds. They are very helpful in all areas for the disabled.Guide Dogs, Diabetic Alert Dogs, Mobility Assistance Dogs, Seizure Response Dogs, Autism Support Dogs, Allergy Detection Dogs & Psychiatric Service Dogs. An autism service dog, for example, can accompany a child to decrease anxiety during medical or dental visits, school activities, shopping, and travel. Some autism service dogs are trained to recognize and gently interrupt self-harming behaviors or help de-escalate an emotional meltdown. Interest in learning more about autism service dog? Visit www.autismspeaks.org
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All about service dogs for the blindThe Seeing Eye: Giving the blind and visually impaired the gift of independence in New Jersey - MORRISTOWN, New Jersey -- Since 1929 The Seeing Eye is one of the oldest and largest guide dog schools in the world. It has been partnering with people who are blind and assisting them in gaining their independence and self-confidence through the use of Seeing Eye dogs. Watch The Show
Former nurse with Parkinson's disease surprised with service dog - GMAEli Morgan was surprised with a highly-trained dog that can notice and alert him when his blood sugar levels are changing: GMA- WATCH THE SHOW One in every 13 children have life-threatening food allergies. How dogs are helping save kids with life-threatening allergies: GMA WATCH THE SHOW Service dog helps predict seizures, offers comfort for New Jersey man. Beccah Hendrickson reports on Action News at 6 on Oct. 25, 2019.
By Rebeccah Hendrickson
Friday, October 25, 2019 8:42PM
EVESHAM TOWNSHIP, New Jersey (WPVI) -- It's in the otherwise silent moments where 20-year-old Giovani Corporan could be having one of his, on average, 78 seizures a day. Wrangler came to Gio through a program called New Hope Assistance Dogs, which places dogs with people who need help, including veterans or children with special needs. The dogs help people gain independence.
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