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SERVICE DOGS

A Service Dog is trained to do work or perform tasks for individuals with disabilities. Tasks are jobs that the dog performs to directly help the disabled child or adult.

Service Dogs are legally allowed to accommodate their handler in publicly accessible locations such as hotels, restaurants, stores, hospitals, beaches, airports, etc.

There are many different types of Service Dogs, we customize the training to accommodate the needs of each unique recipient.

Types of Service Dogs ASA provides:

  • Autism Service Dogs

  • PTSD Service Dogs

  • Seizure Response Service Dogs

  • Psychological Service Dogs (PSD)

  • Mobility Support Service Dogs

  • Medical Alert Service Dogs

MOBILITY / WHEELCHAIR ASSISTANCE SERVICE DOG:

  • Counterbalance Support

  • Object Retrieval

  • Pushes buttons such as an emergency call, elevator button, or automatic door

  • Opens/closes doors

  • Carries medications and medical documentation

  • Enables independence

  • Boosts confidence

  • Provides companionship

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AUTISM SERVICE DOG:

  • Deep Pressure Therapy

  • Light Pressure Therapy

  • Redirection and Interruption Tasks

  • Wakes for school or work

  • Carries medications and medical documentation

  • Encourages independence and responsibility

  • Encourages Routine, Independence, Responsibility

  • Provides familiarity and a feeling of safety

  • Assists with the development of social skills

  • Boosts confidence

  • Provides companionship

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