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Local Autism Support Groups
Parents Engaging Autism Quinte (PEAQ), an autism parent support group, meets once a month on the first Tuesday of the month (no meetings in January, July and August) at Kerry's Place, 189 Victoria Avenue, Belleville at 6:30 to 8 p.m. If you have questions or suggestions for autism topics that are important to you so that we can invite appropriate autism professionals to speak at these meetings. Next PEAQ meeting is on June 5.
Autism parent support group meeting hosted by Mental Health Agency, Trenton and Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) meeting is on the Second Thursday of the month from 6 to 7:30 p.m. If you have require any further information please contact Marya Peters for more information at 613 392-2811 ext 3953 or email email@example.com
For info on Community Living Prince Edward County Parent Support group, contact Resource Consultants @ 613 476 6038
Central Hastings Autism Support Group meets in Madoc at the Recreation Centre. Contact Renee O’Hara, Family Resource & Support, 613-966-7413 or Tammy Kavanagh, Family Resource & Support, 613-332-3227
Saturday, February 27, 2010
About Horse Therapy and a Dolphin's Touch
"I went thru your blog and I knew the story of Rowan and the Mongolian horses/shamans.
We have 2 horses here ourselves (were given to us as a gift. The thoroughbred mare had an accident/poloracket injury in her left leg and suffered a haicrack fracture. Was given up as hoplessly lame. 3 months of hard work, daily massage, healing clay/herbal, homeo etc--now she is totally ok...and so sweet...) and I did therapeutical riding with disturbed kids.
My feeling is: Horses - unspoiled by human wrong treatment - have the power/generosity to give healing energy to autistic/disturbed kids.
Don´t try to explain it, at least not "scientifically".
The more I read about spececialized speech therapist etc. the more sceptic I get:
Autism/disturbances can be healed by being with horses, shamans, WILD dolphins etc...the more "highly educated human specialists" get involved, the more sceptic I get: They are just taking a lucrative ride on another beings capacity to heal.
What I mean is this: I had the great privilege to get into touch with a group of 45 wild dolphins out there in the Red Sea in Egypt.
My partner at that time had -due to severe problems with her daughter, who crashed psychologically- severe headache for 3 days non-stop, preventing her to sleep.
The dolphins came to us--body-touch!- and her pain was gone instantly. It stayed gone.
Please surf the net to see autistic children interacting with - please wild- dolphins - and see the results, which the docs and scientists are unable to explain.
There was a phantastic video-documentary of a UK man, suffering from manic depression for 35 years. He got into touch (body!) with wild dolphins - and was cured. He was in tears with joy, saying things in an interview later: These dolphins could do to me no doc and no therapy could do in the past 35 years..."
Best of luck with your kid