Dogs of America
Freedom Service Dogs of America is a non-profit organization that unleashes the potential of four-legged friends into assistance dogs for people in need.
Unleashes the potential
Book a coaching session with Amanda and a portion of the proceeds go to Freedom Services Dogs of America.
Freedom Service Dogs of America (FSD) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that unleashes the potential of dogs by transforming them into life-changing assistance dogs for people in need. FSD relies on the compassion and generosity of donors to provide funding for nutritious food, safe shelter, expert veterinary care, and many months of professional training for the puppies and dogs in their program. Best of all, the children, veterans, and other individuals with physical disabilities that FSD serves receive these custom-trained service dogs—as well as lifetime support—at no charge to the client.
When you book a paid coaching session with Amanda, know that you are not only adding joy and value to your life, but you are also contributing to the lives of furry heroes from Freedom Service Dogs and the people with disabilities that they serve. Aussie, pictured above, is the service dog for Amanda’s son. Aussie joined their family in the spring of 2019 and immediately transformed her son’s life – and Amanda’s life – for the better.
“Autism service dogs are trained to gently interrupt self-harming behaviors or help de-escalate an emotional meltdown.”
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Book – The Clouds that Chase Us: A Journey into Autism
Read a personal story about the struggles of a child on the autism spectrum who can't seem to fit into the molds of traditional society. The Clouds that Chase Us is a story of how one mother uses daily meditation, breathing exercises, kindness, and a whole lot of patience to help her child and herself get through each day. This book is for those who are parents, sisters, brothers, or friends of a child on the autism spectrum, and it reminds us that apologizing for uncommon behaviors or sensory meltdowns is never necessary.