Service Dog Helps Autistic Students Find Their Voice

Yori, a service dog from Canine Companions for Independence, is making a world of difference in the lives of students at Hope Elementary.

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    • My 14yr old son has atypical aspergers, he has grown up with greyhounds for most of his life. I think the dogs have made a huge difference in his life. We are very thankful for the greyhounds in our life…. What continually amazes me is how patient they are with my son…

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  1. That made my day! Ryker is training to be a therapy dog and I am a Pediatric RN. Animals bridge the communication gap with instinctual knowledge and unconditional love. We can’t wait to brighten a child or seniors day!

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