School district, North Haverhill family in dispute over who handles boy’s service dog




Six-year-old Andrew Riley was born severely handicapped. Nonverbal, partially deaf and visually impaired, he has a low cognitive level and must be fed through a tube – but perhaps his most trying challenge is persistent seizures. These days, his mother said, he suffers up to five daily “drop attacks,” in which he falls to the …
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