We had lots of nice folks and a beautiful sunny day at the Paws for a Cause Fair…Thanks to all who stopped by!
Healing Companions, Inc. is proud to say that over the months and years since 2001 we have done hundreds of events in an effort to educate the public about the possibilities of Psychiatric Service Dogs in treating people with mental illness. Feel free to browse some of our previous events. If you do not see an upcoming event here, that does not mean we are not working on our next one!
The Fair Housing Resource Center is a non-profit advocacy organization that serves Northeast Ohio. “Paws for a Cause” is intended to help bring awareness to Service Animals and Therapy Assistance animals and those who use them. As an advocacy organization FHRC helps clients with reasonable accommodation requests in housing to help them have/keep their assistance animal.
FHRC’s hope in holding this event is to help counteract discriminatory attitudes toward people with disabilities and help demystify those people with disabilities who rely on the services of their animals.
It should be a fun day and we are hoping all of you will join us at Wes Point Park in downtown Willoughby.
Click here to download a copy of the flyer.
Each month NASW Ohio Chapter hosts a free, members-only webinar, part of the Wake Up to Social Work Online CEU Series.
Wednesday, March 16
Jane Miller, LISW, CDBC
NASW Ohio Chapter
NASW Ohio Chapter hosts a free, members-only webinar each month, as part of the Wake Up to Social Work Online CEU Series. As a member of NASW, you can earn all of your required CEUs for free through this series. You can view upcoming Wake Up to Social Work webinars at naswoh.org/webinars.
Healing Companions: Ordinary Dogs & Their Extraordinary Power to Transform Lives
Jane Miller, LISW, CDBC
You will learn how to determine qualifications, legal and psychiatric, for Psychiatric Service Dogs; identify mitigating tasks; and assess the therapeutic benefits of Psychiatric Service Dogs.
If you have ever wondered how you can help your dog deal with stress, come to Jane Miller’s presentation at the Oberlin Public Library on Sunday, November 8, at 2 p.m. She will provide and demonstrate a number of stress reduction/relaxation techniques along with monitoring methods. This is a basic introduction to stress reduction/relaxation techniques covering the definition of stress, eustress and distress.
Click here to download event flyer.
On August 27th, as part of a lecture series, Jane Miller gave a live webinar, “Dogs have Issues Too: Helping Dogs Cope with Stress”. It was very well received and addressed a topic not many people think about, stress in our companion animals.
If you missed the webinar and would still like to hear it, just click here to sign up and listen. CEUs are available.
“Just finished attending the webinar featuring Jane Miller as the keynote speaker “Dogs Have Issues Too: Helping Dogs Cope with Stress”.