Announcing another free webinar from SCAS, this time presenting the Stroke and PAT project with Sallie Bollans from Stoke Rehab Dogs.
The webinar will take place on 15th September 2014 at 1pm (BST). If you would like to attend the live webinar please register here: REGISTER TO ATTEND WEBINAR.
The Stroke and PAT scheme is a
collaborative partnership between Ruth Winston Centre and the national charity Pets As Therapy.
It offers stroke survivors the opportunity to incorporate a companion animal into their stroke rehabilitation treatment programme. Pets As Therapy works in partnership with the lead professional Sallie Bollans of Stroke Rehab Dogs, to provide suitable volunteer PAT dog teams.
This free 45 minute webinar will offer an over-view of the project and the work that they do. Useful for anyone interested in how AAI can be used in an occupational therapy setting, those associated with stroke rehabilitation or an interest in these areas generally.
Recordings of previous webinars are available for viewing from our webinar series pages.
“Introducing Caring Canines” is a free webinar taking place on July 10th 2014 @ 1pm BST.
Caring Canines is a non-profit voluntary group working in the community around Bournemouth and Poole helping people of all ages and abilities to understand dogs and be confident in their company. Sue and Julie from Caring Canines, who received a Queens Award for their work will be joining us to talk about their work and to answer questions.
Check out the Caring Canines website for more information about their work and visit our webinar page to book your place on this free webinar.
If you have an interest in the human-animal bond and how pets can help children with autism then this free webinar from SCAS will be of interest to you.
The PAWS project from Dogs for the Disabled brings together the parents and carers of children with autism to share experiences and to explore the helping potential that a pet dog might have within their family.
The free 45 minute webinar will take place on 17th June 2014 at 1pm BST. For more details and to register to attend this and other related webinars please visit our AAI webinar series webpage.