NEADS in the News
Read our archive of selected media coverage about NEADS World Class Service Dogs. If you would like to write or film a story about NEADS, please contact us.
WCVB-TV: Service dogs Jake, Rossi Boy named after fallen firefighters
NEADS, a nonprofit organization based in Princeton, Mass., will hold a special event Thursday at the Engine 33, Ladder 15 Firehouse in Boston to honor Lt. Edward Walsh and firefighter Michael Kennedy, who died in March.
Walsh's widow, Kristen Walsh, and Kennedy's mother, Kathy Crosby-Bell, will have the opportunity to meet the two dogs that they have each been named in honor of the fallen men.
NPR: Service Dog Guides Marathon Bombing Victims Through A Grim Year
MSNBC: How Boston marathon bombing survivors celebrated Valentine’s Day
The Boston Globe: Nonprofit reaches out to bombing victims with an offer of service dogs
The Boston Globe: Service dogs barred, doubted, and deeply treasured
Milford Daily News: Mendon mom shares details of her Weekends
The Atlantic: The Fight for Service Dogs for Veterans With PTSD
Worcester Magazine: Caring for those with NEADS
Doreen Manning, Worcester Magazine: Everyday skills. Extraordinary independence. That is just one of the mottos of NEADS, a local agency that has been providing assistance dogs for deaf and disabled Americans for more than 30 years – right here in greater Worcester. Full Story
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