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Thank you for being a SuPAWhero! You are raising vital funds that will transform the lives of children with autism. You will be supporting Assistance Dogs Ireland to re-open its waiting list again next year, thats PAWsome!
Our team are on hand to support you and answer any questions you may have. Please email Eileen@aadi.ie or call 0212357107 for support and more information. For an instant answer to your query you can check out our frequently asked questions on our FAQ page, the answer to your question may just be there.
In 2021, we reopened our waiting list and allocated 30 assistance dogs in under 2 MINUTES to 30 very grateful families. Our list is sadly now closed but you can end the wait for more families who need our support. With your support we will reach our goal of raising €500,000 to train a further 25 autism assistance dogs. Together we can re-open the waiting list in 2022 and offer more children the life changing support of an autism assistance dog.
These dogs are the real superheroes as they will transform the lives of children with autism.
‘Before we received Gandi, Aidan was on medication for 14 years to help cope with the distress of sensory overload. Fast forward a year on and Adian has a new life. It is like a miracle.’ Debbie Carr, Aidan’s Mum.
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