A specially trained capuchin monkey helps a man who has been paralyzed since 2006 open doors, turn lights on and off, and perform other everyday tasks, and has become an important part of the family. The monkey was trained by Helping Hands Monkey Helpers, a nonprofit where trainers work one-on-one with monkeys to teach them specific tasks.
Service monkeys help with everyday tasks for people with paralysis
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