Posts By: Jaki Waggamon

Dogs Making a Difference: Harry and Noah

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Autism Assistance Dog in School:  A Letter From Cathy Foust Noah has autism and is in second grade in a large public school. Our school staff was supportive during our fundraising, but administration was very reluctant to have a dog in school. We presented to the school board and met with the superintendent and they… Read more »

Dogs Making a Difference: Shadow

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May 23, 2008. From a happy parent. I had to share what is happening to us. To bring the rest of you up to speed, we have an eight-year-old high functioning son. We got our dog last March. Our son had NEVER NEVER slept a night in his bed. His “security item” or “transitional object”… Read more »

Bryce LeGeyt

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Bryce is now a 4-year-old boy who is extremely active and has a great love for learning and exploring the world around him.  We love him and are so lucky to have Bryce in our family.  Our family would like to thank you for taking the time to get to know our son better.  Below… Read more »

JD and Magpie

Posted by & filed under Autism, Multipurpose, Seizure Alert, Service Dog Stories.

July 22, 2012 – Before Magpie, JD would never allow his sister this close for very long without freaking out. Today, they sat for 10 minutes sharing cotton candy and laying on Mags. It was all I could do not to cry. Little things are huge blessings! Magpie loved it since it was hot today and… Read more »