Project Chance Prospective Family Orientation
Diagnosing and treating a child with a disability is a life altering experience for the whole family. As the chart below demonstrates it takes an equal contribution of at least five factors to positively set your child up for the most recovery possible.
A service dog is one of the many strategies to help ease this experience. A dog trained through Project Chance benefits both the child diagnosed on the autism spectrum as well as the family.
These dogs provide a service and should be seen as ONE of the tools used to manage the child’s disability. The dog is not the total answer, but can be an intervention therapy for use with neurological disabilities by preventing or interrupting impulsive or destructive behaviors. It is important to recognize, honor, and observe the relationship that the child needs to have with the service dog, since it is the child who will ultimately receive the greatest benefit.
The right puppy can be a valuable companion in the life of a child with autism, regardless of the challenges he or she must face.
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