This Week’s Featured Profile is
Dogs for Autism
Dogs for Autism have a vision to train and provide assistance dogs, at no charge, to autistic individuals of any age who will significantly benefit from such a partnership. The testimony of several individuals describes how these dogs can enrich the lives of people with autism.
“In just a few months the difference having a dog has made to my granddaughter has been amazing; we’re able to do things together as a family that we could never do before.” – Susie
Regardless of where someone is on the spectrum, Dogs for Autism work is bespoke to each autistic person, catering to their individual needs. If you or someone you know would benefit from an assistance dog, or if you’d like to sponsor a dog, check them out today.
Want to know more about aDoddle?
Whether you are in Lands End or John O’Groats, a rural village or a bustling city there may be a time when you are either looking for support, for somewhere to volunteer or a place to connect with others.
aDoddle is working to create both a UK wide map and a Network of ‘connected’ area-based community maps to bring together charities, community projects, groups and organisations, of all sizes, that provide these vital opportunities.
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Why is aDoddle unique?
All information is added directly by the charities, community groups and organisations themselves. They are encouraged to share:
aDoddle adds to this by having a unique ‘Traffic Light’ system which instantly shows people ‘How fresh’ the information is. Giving confidence to the person seeking thier help or wanting to support them.