Each ADS service dog enables an autistic child, who may otherwise feel isolated, to build self-esteem and participate in school and community life.
Autism Dog Services (ADS) was founded in 2007 by Wade Beattie, a pioneer in the autism service dog field. ADS is accredited by Assistance Dogs International and is also a member of the Canadian Association of Guide and Assistance Dog Schools. ADS makes a very positive impact on the lives of children and their families and is honoured to serve the community with its strong values.
ADS is a unique and highly effective provider of service dogs for children in between the ages of three to 18 years of age with autism and related disorders in most parts of Southwestern Ontario. All interested applicants have the right to be considered to receive a service dog.
PERSONAL VIGNETTE: Also in this meeting, Will Stoltz will be delivering his personal vignette.
LUNCH BUNCH: After the meeting, all members are invited to have lunch (at their own cost) at Foundry Tavern. The Entrance is on Hamilton Theatre side of Tapestry Hall on Grand Ave. A great way to get to know your fellow members.