TADSAW INC has always looked to improve the TADSAW Participant Trained Service Dog (PTSD) program into the training of all the mission statements for the different populations and re-introduced the “Train a Dog – Save a Civilian” (TADSAC) program as the “Train a Dog – Save a Child/Community Member” (TADSAC) in an email on Saturday April 30th 2022. So here is where TADSAW are!!!
TADSAW is very unique in that it is a Participant Trained Service Dog (PTSD) program – meaning you, the Client, are totally involved in the training of your Medical Alert Service Dog for your diagnosed medical condition, where a Service Dog would be an appropriate addition and beneficial in order to restore and improve to your Quality of Life.
The TADSAW programs mission is to provide for the training of a Medical Alert Service Dog Team, as designated by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990/2010 guidelines, in order to restore and improve the Client’s Quality of Life with a canine ‘Battle Buddy’, at NO CHARGE to the Client or the family.
1) TADSAW – Train a Dog – Save a Warrior
For any and all wounded Veteran Service Member (Active Duty. Retired, Discharged) surviving with Military Induced Anxiety Depression Syndrome (MIADS), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (ptsd), Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), or other medical conditions.
2) TADSAF – Train a Dog – Save a Family member
For any Veteran’s immediate family, spouse and/or children, including the Gold Star parents or siblings, surviving with compassion fatigue, secondary MIADS/PTSD, or any other physical, psychological or medical condition diagnosed while the Veteran was deployed or on Active Duty
3) TADSAR – Train a Dog – Save a First Responder
Any First Responder, Local and State Police, Fire Fighters, Emergency Medical Personnel, Hospital staff and Veterans Affairs Health Care Providers, surviving with Secondary Compassion Fatigue and/or Occupation Related Induced Anxiety Depression Syndrome (ORIADS), as a direct result of the medical attention provided by the individuals while treating the victims and survivors of catastrophic events and/or accidents.
4) TADSAC – Train a Dog – Save a Child/Community member
For any and all children and community members, diagnosed with long term medical conditions or disabilities, in which a Service Dog would restore and improve that person’s Quality of Life, and give them a sense of being and belonging