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Learning Services is proud to be working with Operation Freedom Paws
About Learning Services
Learning Services has provided rehabilitation services for adults with acquired brain injuries for over 27 years. Our regional centers of excellence are strategically located in the Southeast, Rocky Mountains, and Pacific Coast. We offer a wide range of programs including post-acute neuro-rehabilitation, neuro-behavioral rehabilitation, supported living, and day treatment rehabilitation. Each program includes Certified Brain Injury Specialists, trans-disciplinary rehabilitation teams, functional-based outcomes, individualized programs, and a network of experienced medical professionals.
Our Gilroy location delivers a comprehensive program in a home-like setting. This rehabilitation program includes 24 hours per day; seven days a week of intervention focused on increasing each individual’s level of independence in a variety of settings.
To learn more about our nationwide locations or to inquire about a referral, visit our website www.learningservices.com or call 1-888-419-9955 or for a local tour, contact KayRee Shreeve, Program Manager at 408-848-4379, ext. 2100.
About Operation Freedom Paws
Operation Freedom Paws, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit, empowers veterans, adults and children with disabilities to live a quality life by teaching them to train their own dogs, and certifying them as service dog teams. The dogs, usually from rescue organizations or shelters, are carefully evaluated. Each is then matched to a specific client’s physical and psychological needs. There is no charge--all we ask is a commitment to complete the 48-week training program. OFP’s funding is provided by fundraising events, individual donations, grants from private foundations and their commercial kennel services (ie dog daycare and boarding).
To learn more about our program and services, visit our website www.operationfreedompaws.org or call 1-408-683-9010. For a tour of the center please schedule an appointment with Kim Burgess, Kennel Manager.
Operation Freedom Paws