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Animal Therapy for toddlers

Weekly animal therapy and fun in the park for 10 children attending a special kindergarten for autistic children, in Tiberias


Children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) struggle to develop social, cognitive, communication, and behavioral skills. They need help to strengthen these abilities, empower their inner self, increase their experience of success, and improve their learning and behavior processes in order to lower their difficulties and frustrations that may sometimes lead to aggression and violence and to help them to acclimate, cooperate, and succeed in their society. Learning to interact with an animal is a fun way for these children to learn life skills.



Improve communication skills and reduce stressful frustration through interaction with animals.
Enrichment through content not otherwise encountered.



Kindergarten teacher reports high satisfaction with the activities and their beneficial impact on the toddlers.


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