A special bond: Dogs helping those with autism

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A recent study in the Journal of Pediatric Nursing says therapy dogs can act as a social lubricants for autistic kids and help them build skills needed to build friendships and expand learning.

Therapy dogs are an intrical part of their staff at Giant Steps, a school for children and families living with autism.

The unconditional love and bonds formed between students and the dogs can be seen in and outside the classroom.

For more information, log on to http://www.mygiantsteps.org/



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