Dolphin Assisted Therapy
Dolphin assisted therapy is provided as two-week program: each day, children receive 30 minutes of therapeutic activities with dolphins followed by sensory integration activities, movement therapy, traditional physiotherapy, manual therapy, art, clay and sand play therapies, and music therapy.
Lithuania became the very first country in Europe where dolphin assisted therapy was officially approved as a method of wellness. Meeting the needs of people with disabilities, the content of dolphin assisted therapy is being created very responsibly in collaboration with the scientists of Klaipeda University.
A 2006 biomedical study has shown positive results on more than 80% of children involved