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Camelid Assisted Therapy

A place for learning, for growth, for change................
while having fun

Do you know a someone that 'nothing works' for? Who won't or can't engage? Who seems disinterested at best and disruptive at worst?  The one perhaps who takes all your time and attention?
How about engaging our support for some camelid assisted intervention, whether it is just being with the animals and allowing their calmness to "rub off" Or developing an individually adapted activity programme.
We will work alongside you to assess, support and tailor some provision for even the most difficult to reach children and adults. 
Welcome to Camelid Connection in conjunction with SimplyAlpaca.  
It is well documented that being with animals can reduce blood pressure, lower pulse rates and alleviate feelings of tension and anxiety.   The beguiling nature of our alpacas and llamas adds to this effect. Their ...

Why Choose Alpacas and Llamas
It is well documented that holding and stroking animals can reduce blood pressure, lower pulse rates and alleviate feelings of tension and anxiety.
Animals offer attention and unconditional acceptance. They are responsive, live in the ‘here and now’ and don’t mind who you are or wh ...

What We Offer
We offer a range of services to all private individuals, with or without specific or diagnosed issues, schools, organisations and groups supporting children, young people and adults, from those most vulnerable and disengaged to those suffering with “life issues”.
Our primary focus is on p ...

Camelid Assisted Therapy
Examples of Camelid Assisted Therapy:
  • A child with anxiety issues comes to the farm with her mother and works with the counsellor.
Using the principles of Camelidynamics the child is taken though a 6/8-week programme of learning how to handle and care for an alpaca. She learns that the alpaca is p ...

Camelid Assisted Activities
Examples of Camelid Assisted Activities

A group of alpacas are taken to a nursing home once a month to "visit." The visit occurs as a large-group activity with some direction and assistance provided by staff. The group facilitator keeps an informal log about who was visited.

Children visit the farm to ...