|Date posted||21st July 2014|
Harmony is an autism assistance dog and recently attended an I.M.P.S. session at the Horton Hospital in Banbury with Eddie her owner.
Eddies head teacher said “Eddie loved visiting with Harmony and was proud of the fact that this was quite a new experience for the I.M.P.S. team.
Harmony gave him confidence and mobile support and this was embraced with warm hearts from your staff. Their care and individualised support for Eddie was outstanding and the fact that they did not rely on school staff to support him was superb.”
Eddie’s words on the day- “I had a great time“. What more could you ask- for a child with autism who finds verbalising and language a challenge? High praise indeed.
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