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  • Animals in Education, Play and Mental Well-Being

    Welcome to Animals in Mind Blog - our space to share all about Animal Assisted Therapy, Animal Assisted Education and More!

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  • Animal Workshops | Animals in Mind | Northampton

    What We Do Animals in Mind delivers Animal Assisted Activities, including Animal Assisted Therapy, and Animal Assisted Education workshops. Animal Education Workshops are delivered in Schools, Clubs, Charities, Home Schooling and Care Homes. ​ We go out of our way to provide truly amazing and life-enhancing educative experiences, that place high regard on the welfare needs of all animals and humans. Read More About Us Silhouette of a cat Animal Assisted Therapy / Interventions Animal Assisted Therapy and Intervention is a relatively new field in the UK, with a wide range of applications / goals and benefits. Read More Silhouette of a snake Animal Assisted Education Animal Assisted Education services cover a wide range of applications and users, from curriculum sessions covering the Key Stages 1-5 in Schools, through to Summer School Activities. Read More Silhouette of a rabbit Animal Assisted Encounters in Care and for Mental Health Animal-assisted encounters in the care setting, offer opportunities for people in care to benefit from the human-animal bond. Read More What We Offer From the start of our correspondence, Lynn was helpful and very accommodating. The price was also incredible for the quality of the visit. All my class got to hold several animals were able to ask lots of questions to develop their learning. Lynn was informative, warm and adapted her visit to suit our needs. I was particularly impressed with how she catered for our SEND children. Overall an experience myself and the children will never forget. The smiles on their faces were priceless. Samantha C Rectory Farm Primary: Northamptonshire

  • FAQs | Animals in Mind | Northampton

    FAQs You Asked, We Answered. In an Animal Encounter, how many Animals do we usually meet? This can depend on the number of people at the encounter and type of animals, but on average we meet eight different, amazing animals. In Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT), can we chose which Animal will be involved? Absolutely. Sessions depend on the voluntary participation of both the person and the animal. Obviously, if the preferred animal is not well, or is not willingly participating, we would work with the assitance of another animal by mutual consent with a willing animal and the child / person. What if I am not satisfied with Animals in Mind? We have never had a complaint, and AiM pride ourselves on meeting everyones needs. We are members of the Society of Companion Animal Studies and comply with their code of practice. If you feel for any reason that we have not cared for you / our animals, we welcome feedback directly to us by emailing The animals are coming to meet us at an event, can we pick our animals? You can most certainly request favourite animals, and of course animals you do not want to meet. Working with animals means that we must put their welfare first and this means we can not 100% guarantee a specific animal will be present. For example, if an animal is moulting / shedding it's skin (like a snake), this can be a vulnerable time for the animal, so we do not handle the animal during this time. We do have lots of lovely animals and therefore it is highly unlikely that a similar animal will not be avaialble and happy to participate in the encounter. How do we prevent disease? A big question - please listen to our short video here on how we prevent disease. Can we meet the animals outside? Animals can be outside, depending on the weather conditions and time of year.

  • Our Services | Animals in Mind | Northampton

    What We Offer We offer Animal Assisted Therapy / Intervention and Animal Assisted Education. Animal Assisted Therapy / Interventions Animal Assisted Therapy and Intervention is an exciting new field of development for supporting and enhancing a child or adult through difficult times in their lives, to aid personal growth. It has a wide range of applications / goals and benefits. ​ It is highly suited to children and adults with social, emotional and mental health difficulties, or for behavioural difficulties, Children and adults with special educational needs benefit from both the sensory interaction, and the personal growth in confidence from being with, and facilitating play with the animals. ​ Sessions are usually one to one, or small groups (such as family groups), and this service is offered in Northampton, so that the interactions with animals take place in the animals natural environment. Enquire Now Animal Assisted Education Animal Assisted Education offers a range of Animal Workshops in a variety of settings in schools, colleges, museums, community events clubs, and charities. ​ ​ Our visits to schools aim to increase children's connection with animals, their habitats, diet, and how we care for them as companion animals and aligns to the national curriculum, or other identified goals ​ We teach all about the animals, their country of origin, their classification, and important role in the eco-system. All delivered in age appropriate terminology linked to the intended curriculum. ​ People with SEN find Animal Education stimulating and highly engaging, Animal Workshops help to improve individuals self-esteem, dexterity as well as cognition, all in a fun and relaxed way. Enquire Now Animal Assisted Encounters in Care Settings and for Mental Health Animal assisted encounters in the care setting, offer opportunities for people in care to benefit from the human-animal bond. ​ Care settings can include clients in supported accommodation, older persons care, SEN residential schools for children and individuals with disabilities and both learning difficulties/ disabilities. Sessions can be tailored to specific needs. For example dementia memory therapy, in older adult care settings that increase mobility and dexterity and the well known relaxation and stress reducing effects that petting and being close to animals provides. ​ Enquire Now Pet Business Consultancy Animals in Mind offers a range of Pet Animal Consultancy Services, from designing and delivering Animal related curriculum and courses, through to supporting the new pet businesses to gain their Animal License; Lynn can provide services to ensure Animals in your setting are cared for and happy. ​ Examples: ​ In response to the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, Lynn wrote and designed the Covid-19: Disease Control for Pet Professionals for the National Pet College ​ The design and production of the Dogs in the Workplace programme for the National Pet College ​ Working with Macyntyre school children in companion animal care as part of their empowerment and education enrichment strategy before the children has a school pet Working with an Animal Encounter business to support their Animal License application ​ Enquire Now

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