Animals are accepting, non-threatening and non-judgmental, making it easier for people to open up. • Improved fine motor skills • Improved behaviour and interactions • Increased focus and attention • Increased self-esteem and ability to care for oneself • Reduced anxiety, depression, grief and isolation • Improved willingness to be involved in a therapeutic program or group activity • Increased trust, empathy and teamwork • Greater self-control • Enhanced problem-solving skills • Improved social skills
- Healthy Relationships -Drug and Alcohol
- Gambling - Regulation and Resilience
- Respect and Authority - Challenging Behaviours
- Family Violence and Sexual Assault
Having an animal in a senior’s life can help improve their well-being and give new meaning to their life. Being around animals makes people feel better, healthier, and happier.
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) - Employment Preparation/Workshops - Behaviour change - Academic Education - Resilience and Regulation Support
- English Classes - Employment Workshops
- Managing Challenging Behaviours - 1,2, 3 Magic - A.I.D (Developed by Sali Shayia)
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