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Our Objectives, activities and benefit


Our Objectives


Our objects, laid out within our articles of association (which is the document which governs our actions as an organisation), are to carry out activities which benefit the community and in particular, without limitation, to:

1) To empower and promote inclusion and skills development of young people with disabilities and those who are recovering from trauma through canine assisted interventions 

2) To promote independence of young people with disabilities through specialist assistance dog training

3) To include the wider community in our company through volunteering opportunities

4) To promote employability of customers and volunteers.

5) To encourage, support and engage in fundraising for the furtherance of the above aims.


Activities & Benefit

  • The community that will benefit from our CIC are people living within England, Scotland and Wales who are disabled/ have additional needs and their families as well as professionals supporting children and adults with additional needs and local communities.
  • We provide assistance dog training to disabled young people aged 2 to 25 at point of application within the UK with moderate to profound care and support needs. This meets our company objectives 2 and 4. 
  • We provide community therapy dog training for allied health professionals, to enable them to provide canine centred interventions within their own practices to promote inclusion and skills development of children and young people with disabilities or recovering from trauma. This meets our company objectives 1 and 4.
  • We provide the ASDAN Lifeskills challenges and ASDAN animal care short courses virtually to young people aged 3 to 25 with additional needs in the UK. This meets our company objectives 1 and 4. 
  • We provide 1:1 and small group bespoke support packages to young people not accessing full time school based education due to their additional needs or disabilities. This meets our company objectives 1 and 4.
  • We have several volunteering roles available including virtual support volunteers and two bespoke volunteering roles for disabled young people. These meet objective 3. 
  • We host fundraising activities for the furtherance of our company aims - which meets objective 5. 


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Pawsitive Squad is a registered community interest company (non profit organisation) number 1145 1119 (England and Wales)


Pawsitive Squad CIC

2 Woodberry Grove

North Finchley

N12 0DR

enquiries@pawsitivesquad.co.uk


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