• Those who wish to facilitate the advancement of treatment goals with patients who have not responded to previous intervention.
  • Those clients who are motivated by a dog’s presence and will work persistently on their behavior/skills in order to interact with a highly, trained assistance dog.
  • Parents, teachers, therapists, doctors and nurses who seek ways to motivate, teach and inspire their clients/patients in the following areas: Academic Skills; Physical Functioning, Motor Planning, Gross Motor, Fine Motor, Sensory Motor and/or Perceptual motor skills; Verbal and non-verbal communication; Self-care,  Self-Help, Productivity, Leisure, Social and Behavioral Skills; Feeding Skills.

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