Jennifer Arnold Hosts Laurel Springs Symposium
Laurel Springs School is pleased to present Jennifer Arnold for the next inspiring symposium in December as part of our Meetings with Remarkable Men & Women series. Our online school hosts leaders in their fields for live, interactive webinars with our students and their families.
December’s guest speaker is Jennifer Arnold. Ms. Arnold is a New York Times bestselling author, and the founder of Canine Assistants, a non-profit organization that teaches service dogs to assist children and adults who have physical disabilities, seizure conditions, or other special needs.
This work is very close to Jennifer’s heart, as she lives with multiple sclerosis, and believes that service dogs can prevent feelings of isolation and helplessness in people with disabling conditions. Her life and work experiences inspired her to write two books: In a Dog’s Heart, and the New York Times bestseller, Through a Dog’s Eyes; she is also the subject of a PBS documentary movie.
All Laurel Springs students are invited to join us to hear about Ms. Arnold’s amazing experiences. Please mark your calendars for Tuesday, December 4th, at 9AM Pacific/12PM Eastern, and check the LMS for login information.