Animals help with autism session

PUBLISHED: 20:00 28 May 2012

Open day for animal assisted therapy.

Open day for animal assisted therapy.

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AN ANIMAL assisted therapy session took place at a farm in Somerset Court to help children and adults who deal with autism.

The Pavilion Farm, in Harp Road, Brent Knoll offers a work training environment, with animals, that enables people to learn work skills in their choice of setting. Morning and afternoon animal assisted therapy sessions are now available at the farm. For more information contact Karen Harp on 01278 760555.


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