Individuals with sensory processing disorders can greatly benefit from a service dog. Service dogs for children with Autism act as constant companions, allowing them to improve social interactions and build relationships with people, as well as expanding both nonverbal and verbal communications. Service dogs can also increase interest in activities and teach life skills, preparing and helping children with Autism cope with the world around them. In some cases, large breed Autism Assistance dogs can act as safety anchors for children who run. These dogs are usually large breed dogs, as they need to serve the needs of growing children. They are extensively trained to handle a variety of situations with children, both in public and in day-to-day home life, assisting in specifically trained tasks. The bond between these service dogs and their children is like no other.
Please contact the office at 813-961-0052
for more information about our Autism Assistance Dogs.