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Month: March 2016

Autism Service DogsHow Autism Service Dogs Stop Self-Harming Behavior

Self-harm prevention is one of the many benefits of owning an autism service dog. If you have a child who suffers from self-harming behavior as a result of autism, autism service dogs can be specifically trained to intervene. According to an article in Psychology Today by Dr. Stanley Coren, self-harming behaviors can manifest themselves in a […]

Read MoreAutism Service DogsAutism Service Dogs Offer More than Companionship

It is often difficult to explain autism. This extremely complex disorder impairs communication and social interaction, two things essential to keeping children safe in the world we live in. Autism service dogs form a bond with autistic children that offers them both companionship and safety. They’re always there. At school, the doctor’s office, the grocery […]

Read MoreAutism Service DogsAmazon will Donate towards Autism Service Dogs with Every Purchase

Autism is a complex, puzzling condition. In most cases, doctors, therapists, and parents work together to help a child with Autism reach their full potential. But sometimes, despite a strong support system, the one thing that helps the child most of all isn’t a human, but an Autism service dog. If you have a heart […]

Read MoreAutism WanderingConsidering Donating to a Cause with Some of Your Tax Return? Help Keep Children With Autism Who Wander Stay Safe

It’s tax return time, and that means many households are looking forward to a refund from the government. Many families use that money towards something they need or want, such as a vehicle, vacation, or houshold project. But many people are also devoted to giving a percentage of that refund to a worthy cause. If […]

Read MoreAutism WanderingAutism Wandering Is A Real Problem

Autism Wandering is more of a problem than you may think. In a study published in the Pediatrics journal, it was found that nearly half of all autistically challenged children over the age of 4 have wandered off at some time or another. In addition, 65% of these instances involved a close call with traffic, […]

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