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Service Dogs Comfort An Autistic Child and A Young Adult Struggling During the Coronavirus Pandemic


Service Dogs Comfort An Autistic Child and A Young Adult Struggling During the Coronavirus Pandemic |

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Coronavirus has caused disruption in all the world.; autistic children are no exception.

Service dogs have long been there helping autistic children adapt to their lives.

During this time of crisis, many families are helping their autistic children with service dogs.

But, before the coronavirus pandemic, Alex Millman, a 13 years old autistic child, would meet his service dog, Clancy, every day at the bus stop after school.

Autistic people, in general, feel comfortable when they are following certain routines.

However, because of the coronavirus quarantine, Alex’s daily routine would have changed if it wasn’t for what his mother did.

Alex’s mother, Sandi, decided to not end this routine because her son needs it so every day she recreates the same situation inside her home.

Service Dogs Comfort An Autistic Child and A Young Adult Struggling During the Coronavirus Pandemic |
Credited: Facebook/ BluePath Service Dogs

 “So we’re still giving the afternoon snack, even though nobody is actually going anywhere,” said Alex’s mom Sandi.

So, how did Clancy affect Alex’s life positively?

Nada

Welcome to my bio everyone, my name is Nada. Ever since I was little, I have loved animals because they are so loving and kind. All they need is you attention, love, and care but I didn't understand them very well because I didn't get the chance to raise them. Well, That changed when my family and I got our first dog Rocky, a German Shepherd. Rocky was fun and loving with funny quirks. Being loyal and protective of us, he made me see the nature of a German Shepherd. Now, we have another German Shepherd named Mia. She is a wonderful dog and a rescue who just needed a second chance in life. Mia has long grown from being a terrified dog to the brave and caring German Shepherd that she is today. P.S: Here is a picture of our beautiful German Shepherd, Mia.

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