To provide an educational resource for children with PTSD, as well as try to find a solution for not only his but also other kids' emotional issues, 13-year-old New Jerseyan Liam Klein is running the Chaotic Spyder Foundation.
He's one of the newest employees at Children's Specialized Hospital, and he's still in his "introductory period." But he's been described by superiors as "extremely intelligent and lovable" — and no, he's not a human.
You may have seen service dogs at malls, restaurants or movie theaters, and had your doubts. Some New Jersey residents continue to abuse the privilege of others by buying phony vests, tags and ID cards so they can take their pets wherever they go.
Current New Jersey law allows children with disabilities to have a service animal in school buildings and on school grounds, but there is nothing in the legislation that refers specifically to school buses.
NEW JERSEY 101.5 A growing number of Garden State residents are trying to pass their pet dogs off as service animals so they can take the canines with them when they go to restaurants and malls. This according to law enforcement officials and advocates for those with disabilities.