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  1. Canine Vision CanadaProvided by: Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides - AKA: Dog Guides Canada
    Provides free dog guides and associated training for people who are blind or have a visual impairment so the handlers can have the confidence to pursue education, careers and activities in their communities. Dog Guides are trained to assist their handlers in n...
  2. Provides free dog guides and associated training of the dog for people who are insulin dependent with hypoglycemic unawareness. The dog guides are trained to detect sudden drops in their handler's blood sugar and alert them so that they can ingest something sw...
  3. Guide DogsProvided by: CNIB Foundation - PEI - AKA: Formerly Canadian National Institute for the Blind
    Provides two types of guide dogs for people with sight loss: Guide Dog: A guide dog is partnered with a youth or adult with sight loss. Helps with mobility and fosters independence by avoiding obstacles, stopping at curbs and steps or negotiating traffic Buddy...
  4. Provides registered legally blind Canadians with free guide dogs. Costs covered include: Transportation to and from the National Office and Training Centre 18 day onsite training Room and board Guide dog Follow-up aftercare program
  5. Provides free guide dogs to help people with visual impairments or who are blind to interact, be mobile, and easily move around in their environment with a dog. The guide dogs assist people with their daily lives.A 30-day training course is required to be comp...
  6. Hearing Dog GuidesProvided by: Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides - AKA: Dog Guides Canada
    Provides free dog guides and associated training to people who are deaf or hard of hearing to help them detect sounds they are unable to hear on their own. The dog guides have been taught to distinguish sounds, make physical contact with their handlers and lea...
  7. Provides free service dogs to young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The dogs help: Reduce stress and anxiety * Help with socialization and language skills * Improve sleep.A 7-day training course is required to be completed, beginning with an evalua...
  8. Provides free service dogs to help people with mobility impairments be autonomous. The guide dogs assist people with their daily lives and are trained to: Pick-up objects on the ground * Serve as a support or rest * Pull a wheelchair.A 3-week training course i...