Sunday, July 29, 2012

#42 Days To FASDay - Meet Chancer Service Dog for FASD

Learn about service dogs for children with FASD - Meet Chancer the worlds first certified FASD service dog. 

We want to thank Rabbi Harvey and Donnie Kanter Winokur and their children for speaking out boldly to build awareness of FASD. Their dog Chancer ( is the world's first certified service dog for FASD and other wonderful fur partners have been following in his paw steps. Their materials have provided hope and love for many.

The Winokur family offers the following international and national award winning materials to help people understand and love persons with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders

  1. For Siblings of Children with FASD —My Invisible World - My Brother, His Disability and His Dog - by Morasha Winokur    Written by an eleven year old sibling about growing up along side a same age brother discovered at four to have FASD. The Winokur family shares their journey with a service dog for FASDs. Learn about what a canine service dog can do for families with children who have fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD).
  2. A Delightful Story for Children ages 3+ - Nuzzle Love Between a Boy and His Service Dog - Audio Book - by Donnie Kanter Winokur - An audio book that warms the heart and builds understanding and a tender age for persons with FASD
  3. An Early Reader for Children ages 6-8 - Nuzzle Love Between a Boy and His Service Dog by Donnie Kanter Winokur - A gentle story and FREE Curriculum to build understanding and prevent bully

Online Manual -
Seminar - Or try our easy, effective, exciting 1½ hour program that walks you
 through the morning of Sept.9: 
(material from 2002 has excellent ideas)

Follow us through the next 60 days and plan your local or personal project to build awareness of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder - Each One Can Reach One!

Need family support visit
Need ideas for adults living with challenges of FASD visit
Need information on fetal alcohol spectrum disorders visit
Interested in service dog for FASD visit

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