At Fetch and More, we understand the unique challenges individuals with disabilities face. Navigating life with a disability can be challenging, and we aim to lighten the burden through our virtual service animal training and disability support services. We’re here to offer professional, personalized, and effective virtual service animal training and disability support services tailored to fit your needs.
Virtual Service Animal Training
Service animals are trained to perform tasks that assist individuals. There are many misconceptions about service animals, and what tasks they can assist with. Below are some examples of tasks that service dogs can do to help their owners:
- Guiding individuals
- Alerting hard-of-hearing individuals
- Detecting the onset of a seizure and alerting the handler
- Protecting the handler during a seizure
- Detecting changes in blood sugar levels in diabetic individuals
- Calming their handler during a panic attack or night terror
- Assisting with mobility
- Calming during high-stress or overstimulating situations
- Interrupting self-harming behaviors
- Reminding their handler to take medication
- Providing comfort and reducing feelings of stress, anxiety, and depression
Our lead instructor John Bellocchio has more than two decades of experience in various fields of dog training, including service and therapy dogs. For a more detailed understanding, visit our emotional support service dog training page.
Our Virtual Disability Support Services
Our virtual disability support services help fight for and protect the rights of individuals with disabilities. John is an expert in Alternative Dispute Resolution and is well-versed in the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Whether through legal research, networking, or working directly with those infringing upon your rights, we are committed to protecting and advocating for your rights. This includes mediation services to resolve disputes, reinforcing your rights, and reinforcing the law’s requirements. If you’re experiencing disputes related to your rights, John is fully equipped to mediate and resolve these issues.
Contact Us Today
Understanding the various types of support, terminology, and your rights can be overwhelming – but we are here to help. If you’re interested in our virtual disability support services or service animal training, don’t hesitate to reach out. We stand committed to your rights, ensuring you get the most out of the support services you need, according to the law.