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Adventures With Bailey
Bannockburn, Illinois
Cause Description:
We provide compassionate animal assisted therapy, free of charge, to special needs groups or persons who request our services. Through the use of dogs and horses we serve at-risk teens, people with Alzheimer's and dementia, at-risk readers, people with Autism and people with multiple handicaps. Our goal is to help people overcome issues of self-confidence, separation from family, memory, below grade reading, mental and physical handicaps and physical rehabilitation.
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