The Canine Care Project – Dr Kirsty Liddiard: Online event

Artwork Slide

Mon, 18 October 5:45pm

School of Education and iHuman: Faculty of Social Sciences

An Assistance Dog is the internationally established term for a dog that provides assistance to a disabled person, and is task trained to help support them in their lives. The Canine Care Project film, animated by Tom Hudson explores disabled young people’s experiences of their assistance dogs. It is a beautiful, professionally animated short film of key findings from the research, co-produced and narrated by disabled young people themselves. ¬† The film reveals the importance of support, care and the role of animals within our lives.

You do not need to book for this event, simply click on the link that will appear from 30 minutes before the start time online.

Part of Ideas Alive РTalks by Academics at the University of Sheffield 

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