Harley and me: how a service animal helps one UH student
Amy Wolfe is a biomedical engineering sophomore living on campus with her service animal, Harley. Harley helps Wolfe as a coping mechanism for her Asperger’s Syndrome by accompanying her to class and around campus.
Through education and communication, Wolfe hopes to raise awareness about service animals like Harley. See how Harley helps Wolfe get through a typical day on campus.