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    Programs that provide financial assistance to help people with disabilities purchase an autism service animal, dog guide, mobility assistance service animal, psychiatric service dog, seizure dog, signal dog or other type of animal who has been trained to provide specific forms of support as well as necessary accessories such as backpacks and harnesses.

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    OSCAR ProjectThe EFWCP and The Oscar Project can provide you with general information and support on obtaining a service dog for yourself or someone you love. If you are interested in receiving help from The Oscar Project, please contact us at 1-800-361-5885 to determine if you would be appropriate for this or other service dog programs. Eligibility guidelines, you must: be a child or adult with epilepsy/seizure diagnosis, currently experiencing seizures, be capable of commanding the dog, live in our 49 county service area, be able to travel to Pittsburgh for two multi-day trainings, be able to afford on-going care for the dog (food, vet bills, etc.), and agree to return to the Pittsburgh area yearly for re-certification Recipients are selected periodically based upon need, availability of funds, and availability of dogs.FranklinEpilepsy Foundation Western/Central Pennsylvania - HarrisburgEpilepsy Foundation Western Central Pennsylvania

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