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Children who have pets at home can get great benefits from their interaction with these pets. They benefit from the comfort of physical contact with animals and having a constant companion, reducing loneliness and also increasing opportunities for meeting others, via the pets. Improving motor skills, balance, lower blood pressure, better coordination, exercise, lower risk for stroke or heart attack, and decreased depression are a few physical benefits of animal assisted therapy for autism.
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Studies have shown that children with autism show signs of better sense of well-being, better problem solving skills, self-confidence and a better state of mind with animal assisted therapy. This therapy helps in maintaining a relaxed frame of mind in them which results in a decrease in the stereotypical behavior in people with autism and reduces anxiety and stress.
It also develops leisure or recreational skills which further promote a healthy well-being. Benefits of animal assisted therapy for autism also show in the learning of new vocabulary, aid in enhancing memory and improve concept learning such as size, color, etc. With animal assisted therapy, children are motivated to be involved in group activities, interaction with others and an overall willingness to learn.
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Session Reunion and reconnection. Session Interpreting and responding to nonverbal cues. Session On the right track-Building conversation. Complication and Resolution: Interactive Language Skills. Session The right words in the right place at the right time. Session Stay to play or walk away?
Drama and Autism
Sessions Director's Chair-Asserting social language and solving problems. Session What's so funny?
Session Lights! Putting it all together again. Session Movie day the sequel. Actions and Life: Simulating Events. Session My story.
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Session Sharing memories. Reflections: I See You. Related Titles. My Polyvagal Theory Page has a number of resources about this subject, but to summarize here, when we feel safe, we are open to socially engage with others. We are receptive to their social cues, so we are able to learn skills and concepts that we may not have learned before. In my experience, only when we are safe will we be in a state of social engagement where we are able to take in, store, and express socially competent skills.