Assistance Dogs Queensland

Jun 07 2018

Kaleb and Ganan’s story

Kaleb is a 15 year old young man living with Autism. His family felt they were running out of options to improve their son’s future. Then along came Ganan… Kaleb’s...
Jun 07 2018

Ethan and Bella’s story

Ethan is an affectionate, sensitive and fun-loving little 5 year old boy. However, he can sometimes become anxious, especially with new and busy public environments....
Jun 07 2018

Leah and Lauchie’s story

After attending a PAWS (Parents Autism Workshop and Support) class with Assistance Dogs Australia, mum Angela immediately applied for an Assistance Dog for her daughter...
Jun 07 2018

Nursery Road School and Wicket’s story

Wicket is a two year old black Labrador who spends his days in Nursery Road State School near Brisbane. With up to 135 students with a wide range of physical and...
Jun 07 2018

Will and Stella’s story

“Stella gives me a sense of independence that I have never really had before.” Will is 25 and lives in the Sunshine Coast. He has cerebral palsy, with loss of movement...
Jun 07 2018

Floyd and Burleigh Heads State School

Floyd the Educational Support Dog is the talk of the town at Burleigh Heads, and has certainly made an impression on the children and staff at Burleigh Heads State...
Jun 07 2018

Stephane and Veo’s story

After serving in the armed forces for 18 years, both at home and abroad, Stephane was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). After being matched with...
Jun 07 2018

Finn and Laura’s story

When Laura walked into Finn Riley’s world and heart she changed his world forever. Alison, Finn’s mum, said that the family was very excited that Laura was joining...
Jun 07 2018

Tanya and Kuro’s story

A few months ago, Tanya didn’t believe in love at first sight. But all that changed when she first met her tall, dark and handsome man, Kuro. “His [Kuro’s] coat was...
Jun 07 2018

Tim and Roxy’s story

Roxy helps Tim with everyday tasks that he can find difficult if not impossible to achieve, such as picking up all sorts of dropped items, like his mobile phone or his...

It costs over $60,000 to train and place an Assistance Dog.

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