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We are a charity that provide, train and support specialist assistance dog partnerships to increase the independence and quality of life for those affected by autism, epilepsy and physical disability
We specialise in three specific programmes:
Autism assistance dogs for children aged three to ten years with autism. The dogs are trained to provide safety for the child and reduce stress in social environments. You can read more about this programme here
Seizure alert dogs for people with epilepsy. The dogs are trained to provide a 100% reliable, 10-55 minute warning prior to the onset of an epileptic seizure, which enables them to get to a place of their choosing and take control of the situation. You can read more about this programme here
Disability assistance dogs for people with physical disabilities. The client’s own pet dog is trained to perform tasks which are specifically tailored to their individual needs; providing them with greater independence and safety. You can read more about this programme here
Established in 1992 Support Dogs is a registered charity and provides all it services entirely free of charge to those in need of them. However the charity relies solely on voluntary donations and receives no government funding.
Support Dogs are one of the founder members of Assistance Dogs UK.
ADUK provides a kite-mark of excellence in assistance dog training. All ADUK dogs adhere to the highest training and welfare standards as set out by Assistance Dogs International and the International Guide Dogs Federation.
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We’re holding a doggie-inspired virtual music festival that kicks off on August 31 and runs for a month – and we’d like our supporters to get involved.
What do we need
We are a small growing charity, we an amazing story to tell. We need your help to tell it and help us reach more people.
We need ambassadors to help raise awareness and funds to support the life changing work of our charity, by giving talks about our charity to local community groups, schools and businesses, distributing collection tins and information.
What do you need
You need to be a good talker and happy to stand in front of audiences of different ages and sizes to get them interested in the work we do. Talks can take place in the evening and during the day, so any availability is welcome and access to transport is vital.
We will provide presentation packs and support you in learning more about our charity and our work. Apply to become an ambassador. We would love to hear from you. Please register your interest in becoming an ambassador . Our team will be in touch with more information.