- Anyone wheel chair bound
- Adults or kids in the hospital
- Elderly at care facilities or in their home
- Autism Children
- Helping children read
- Trauma victims
- Persons with Seizures
- Victims of violent crimes
- Individuals with anxiety
- People with phobias
- People with Alzheimer's
- Individuals with depression
If you have heard of any
other uses for therapy dogs not listed above,
We would love
from hear from you.
- Brighten the spirits of those in the hospital.
- Helps lower blood pressure which can improve the efficiency of the immune system.
- Provides a break in the normal facility routine and stimulation for those who don't get many visitors.
- Helps calm and focus individuals with Autism.
- Gives children a nonjudgmental listener while reading.
- Provides a safe environment for victims to share their experiences without feeling intimidated.
- Helps stabilize the person with anxiety.
- Acts as a living shield and can redirect a person's focus.
- Provides tactile stimulation to help some Alzheimer's patients to stay in the present moment.
- Creates a reason for the person with depression to get out of bed.
If you know of any
other tasks that are not listed above
We would love to
hear from you.
please include your phone number and the
best time to contact