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Conor and Peyton are literally attached at the hip. For the first time ever, this school district is allowing an autism service puppy, Peyton, who is specifically trained to help Conor through the Americans with Disability Act (ADA). The service poodle helps to create social interaction and helps to calm Conor which prevents or mitigates melt downs resulting from things like sensory overload.
The last seven years have not been easy for Conor, but thanks to Peyton he is more able to cope and seems comfortable and content at school, according to Caroline Kelner, a life skills teacher. It’s also worthwhile to note that as a result of this project, time was set aside to inform all students about service dogs and autism.
This is a hilarious video comedy about one self-advocates experiences having an autism service dog. As a person with autism witting this post I can say the act is very humorous. Others with autism tend to think it is entertaining and funny as well. Sometimes peoples remarks are based upon such extreme sterotypes and assumptions. Finding ways to create humor out of these things takes talent.