The Duke and Duchess visited our fantastic Sensory Activity Centre and Community Aquarium on the 13th May 2021, as part of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek.
Animal Assisted Activities are well-being sessions for children and young people utilising animals and delivered by a Mental Health First Aider for Children and Young People.
Animal Assisted Intervention programmes support the Emotional Wellbeing of Children and Young People via the utilisation of Animals and a trained Therapist
Find out more about Animal Assisted Therapy, who it is for and how you can benefit.
Explore how our new Animal Assisted Emotional Coaching can support your child/pupil to recognise and regulate their emotions through our 4 week programme working with therapy animals.
Find out more about our SEN Jobs in the Box that support those with Special Educational Needs meet the Gatsby Benchmarks requirements virtually while based at School premises.
Find out more about how our Animal Assisted Therapy and group intervention programmes are having a positive impact on the mental health and wellbeing of Children and Young People in schools across the Black Country.
Do you want to take a look at Community Aquarium and Sensory Activity Centre prior to a visit? Discover your way around with our new virtual tour!
Read about the journeys of some children who have attended our 1:1 and Group Animal Assisted Therapy/Intervention programmes and what they thought of our activities.
Find out more about how our one to one Animal Assisted Therapy and group intervention programmes are having a positive impact on the mental health and wellbeing of young people and young adults.
See how our Animal Assisted Therapy helps support the mental health and wellbeing of Adults in the community.