• Working as an integral part of the professional team*, we provide creative, interactive canine/patient therapy activities designed to captivate and entice disabled children and adults** to accomplish their learning and therapy goals.

*The professional team can include any one or more of the following: Occupational Therapists and Assistants, Physical Therapists and Assistants,, Speech and Language Pathologists, Special Education and Inclusion Teachers, Educational Assistants and Aides, Developmental Specialists and Technicians, Psychologists, Intensive Behavior Interventionists, Vision Specialists, Orientation and Mobility Specialists, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Specialists, Feeding Therapists, Nurses, Doctors, Nutritionists, Adapted Physical Eucation Specialists, Music Therapists, Early Start Intake Teams, Family Service Coordinators, Case Workers, Administrators and/or Parents.

**Our clients range in age from infants to adults with visual impairments, on the autism spectrum, orthopedic impairments and/or are developmentally delayed, mentally challenged, deaf or hard of hearing, emotional distured, socially inept, medically fragile and/or other disabilities.

  • We provide printed and web based materials for those interested in using professionally trained assistance dogs in school or rehabilitation environments.
  • We provide consulting to individuals, schools, clinics and organizations.
  • We support parents of disabled children through our workshops at the STARS clinic in Meridian, ID.
  • We give demonstrations, workshops and presentations showing the value of the Canine Modality Specialist to schools and other organization concerned with the well being and quality of life of disabled children and adults.

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