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Service animal gets adult to help
Service animal smells owner, retrieves inhaler
Service animal gets person to sit down or drop to floor
Service animal smells what owners are allergic to, retrieves adult or epipen
Service animal interrupts owner's activity and gets her to go outside
Service animal alerts owner to sounds, pushes owner out of danger
Service animal alerts owner to obstacles, pushes owner out of danger
Service animal alerts owner to dangerous fumes
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animal response

Animal Response

Service animal gets adult to help

Service animal smells owner, retrieves inhaler

Service animal gets person to sit down or drop to floor

Emotional support animal nudges owner to pet or distract them

Service animal smells what owners are allergic to, retrieves adult or epipen

Service animal interrupts owner's activity and gets her to go outside

Service animal alerts owner to sounds, pushes owner out of danger

Service animal alerts owner to obstacles, pushes owner out of danger

Service animal alerts owner to dangerous fumes

Symptoms

Person's breath smells like alcohol, slurs speech, walks as if drunk,

Person gets winded, out of breath, not able to say what's wrong,

Person gets confused, has stiff muscles, has jerky movements of arms or legs, has seizure that has him staring or shaking

Person can't grab things, slurs speech, walks unsteady, lacks coordination

Person can't breathe, gets blotchy red or swollen face or lips, itches, vomits (Food Allergies)

Person gets super quiet, avoids places or activities that remind her of trauma, feels hopeless about future

Person can't hear conversations, sirens

Person can't see something objects coming toward them

Person can't smell burning stuff, chemicals, food, sour milk

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Hi kids. It’s great to see you today. Let’s talk about what we should say when we see a dog.
honeywell
Thanks so much Mrs. Honeywell. I really like learning anything about dogs.
juan
Thanks so much Mrs. Honeywell. I really like learning anything about dogs.
amy
Thanks so much Mrs. Honeywell. I really like learning anything about dogs.
shania
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Person's breath smells like alcohol, slurs speech, walks as if drunk, (Diabetes)

Person gets winded, out of breath, not able to say what's wrong, (Asthma)

Person gets confused, has stiff muscles, has jerky movements of arms or legs, has seizure that has him staring or shaking. (Epilepsy)

Person can't breathe, gets blotchy red or swollen face or lips, itches, vomits (Food Allergies)

Gertie
Gertie
Gertie
Gertie
Thanks so much Mrs. Honeywell. I really like learning anything about dogs.
amy
Hi kids. It’s great to see you today. Let’s talk about what we should say when we see a dog.
honeywell
Practice Activity: Invisible Disabilities Grades 5 to 8
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Animal responses

Person's breath smells like alcohol, slurs speech, walks as if drunk, (Diabetes)

Service animal gets adult to help

Person gets winded, out of breath, not able to say what's wrong, (Asthma)

Service animal smells owner, retrieves inhaler

Person gets confused, has stiff muscles, has jerky movements of arms or legs, has seizure that has him staring or shaking. (Epilepsy)

Service animal gets person to sit down or drop to floor

Person can't breathe, gets blotchy red or swollen face or lips, itches, vomits (Food Allergies)

Service animal smells what owners are allergic to, retrieves adult or epipen

Person gets super quiet, avoids places or activities that remind her of trauma, feels hopeless about future. (PTSD)

Service animal interrupts owner's activity and gets her to go outside

Person can't hear conversations, sirens. (Deaf)

Service animal alerts owner to sounds, pushes owner out of danger

Person can't see something objects coming toward them. (Blind)

Service animal alerts owner to obstacles, pushes owner out of danger

Person can't smell burning stuff, chemicals, food, sour milk. (Aosmia)

Service animal alerts owner to dangerous fumes

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