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Big dogs rise to task of aiding disabled

Carlene White, who runs the nonprofit Service Dog Project on her Ipswich farm, brought Great Danes to Home Depot for training on how to assist people with impaired mobility. Carlene White, who runs the nonprofit Service Dog Project on her Ipswich farm, brought Great Danes to Home Depot for training on how to assist people with impaired mobility. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Richard Thompson
Globe Correspondent / September 4, 2008

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More than two decades after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Jim Nadeau still resisted using a cane to help maintain his balance. (Full article: 993 words)

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