Animal Assisted Therapy Noah's ART

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In this competitive world, we often feel alone, unhappy and disconnected. Disability of any kind can further alienate us.

Noah’s A.R.T. is a progressive innovative therapeutic approach that engages people through the development of human-animal bond. It may be of most benefit to people who struggle to engage in traditional talking therapies.

Within our sessions, clients find a therapeutic space to value themselves by nurturing and reconnecting with animals. In helping rescued animals, people with a disability can nurture another living creature and take a step back from their role as a “patient”.

This experience allows them to reflect on the importance of a healthy diet and personal hygiene; the importance of exercise and mental stimulation; friendships and communication. 

Welcome to Treat Yourself Tuesday from 10am -12- animal themed cafe, bring your own dog, cake and a brew - FREE (please consider a donation) - run by mental health clients to gain cafe experience. 

Therapy Thursday - more intense experience with contact with animals. £20 per hour - booking essential. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Sharon Hall
Contact Position
Animal assisted Therapist
Telephone
07973453942 07973453942
E-mail
admin@noahs-art.co.uk
Website
www.noahs-art.co.uk
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Where to go

Name
Loxley House
Address
287 Birch Lane
Dukinfield
Manchester
Postcode
SK16 5AU
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Notes

Parking available at front of building

Costs

Associated Cost
Yes

Availability

Referral not required
Referral Details

This approach is suitable for anyone but is especially effective for clients who struggle with expressing their feelings such as people with learning difficulties, severe depression, anxiety, trauma or schizophrenia.

Other notes

Beneficiaries include:

Mental health sufferers

Learning disabilities

People with dementia and their carers

Additional opportunities are often available to do volunteer work with the rescued animals

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