This Inmate Is Helping a Boy With Autism Thrive, Proving Your Past Doesn’t Define You

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In 1998, Chris Vogt was sentenced to 48 years in prison for helping kill a man. But today, for one boy with autism, Chris is a savior.

Chris has made it his mission while in prison to improve the lives of children with autism. How? By tweaking the prison’s dog training program cater to their special needs. Thanks to his dedicated work, nine-year-old Zach Tucker, who once struggled with crippling anxiety, can now socialize with his peers.

This redemption story is inspiring on so many levels. Watch the clip to learn more.

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