The Role of Service Animals in Helping People with Disabilites

  1. 5. States of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation.
  2. 6. Relating to the healing of disease or maintaining health.
  3. 8. To advance beyond proper, established, or usual limits; make gradual inroads.
  4. 11. Having many different parts, elements, forms, etc.
  5. 12. Quick and light in action or movement; agile.
  6. 14. A natural or habitual inclination or tendency towards a particular thing.
  1. 1. A countless or extremely great number.
  2. 2. A New World monkey of a genus that includes the widely studied white-faced capuchin.
  3. 3. Subtle differences or distinctions in expression, meaning, or response.
  4. 4. Those who discredit or belittle something.
  5. 7. The ability of certain animals, such as dolphins and bats, to locate objects by emitting sounds and analyzing the reflected waves.
  6. 8. Relating to moral principles or the branch of knowledge dealing with these.
  7. 9. A close, prolonged association between two or more different organisms of different species that may, but does not necessarily, benefit each member.
  8. 10. People who are paralyzed in both arms and both legs.
  9. 13. Complex or convoluted in design, like a maze.