Pawsitive Squad CIC
Paws of Hope, Paws of Love,
Paws of Life
To be eligible to access our assistance dog program, the young person must:
"have a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on a person's ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities" (which is the definition of a disability outlined in the Equality Act, 2010)
Need at least 3 of the assistive tasks listed in public spaces to significantly lessen the impact your disability has on your daily living.
You MUST need to regularly use 3 (unless requiring medical alert) of these tasks OUTSIDE OF YOUR HOME to be eligible for the program:
We require evidence from all applicants of all disabilities/ health conditions they've been diagnosed with - this can be in the form of clinic letter, GP summery or similar document.
We also require a copy of any care plans or similar documents for any condition which causes acute medical events (e.g hypo's, anaphylaxis, seizures, fainting etc.).
We only need these after your trial month on the program if you're offered a space.
Unfortunately we cannot accept you onto our program if ANY of the following apply: