Farm & Wildlife Center Supports Therapeutic Education and Treatment

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The Farm & Wildlife Center serves as an adjunct to classroom education and therapeutic activities for our students.

Animal interactions help children develop critical skills such as trust, self-esteem, empathy, emotional regulation, and responsibility over time. Horticulture activities also support social, academic, psychological and physical well-being.

Green Chimneys staff utilizes a variety of clinical approaches both directly and indirectly to support and enhance education and treatment for each child.

Nature-based education and therapeutic intervention programs include:

Farm Animal Education

Equine Education

Dog Interaction

Horticulture

Wildlife Education

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