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Dolphin therapy helps Cuban special needs children in Havana

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August 4, 2014
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As part of a rehabilitation project, dozens of Cuban children with special needs attend dolphin-assisted therapy at the National Aquarium in Havana. Duration: 01:11 Video provided by AFP


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AFP (Aug. 3, 2013) — An innovative form of group therapy helps war-affected children in northern Uganda cope with their psychological distress.
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Transition & Continuity: Improving Learning for Students

Transition & Continuity: Improving Learning for Students

FORA.tv (Feb. 18, 2013) — The critical window for developing the cognitive, social, academic foundation that helps children thrive in later learning is between birth and age eight. This session will provide an overview of PreK-3rd and research supporting the benefits of a continuum approach for young learners. Participants will come away from the session with practical examples of effective practices to build a more aligned and articulated Pre-K to TK to 3rd grade connection.
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Israel Reveals Specialized Medical Marijuana Strains

Israel Reveals Specialized Medical Marijuana Strains

Washington Post (Jan. 24, 2015) — As medical marijuana gains acceptance around the world, Israel is drawing interest from investors for its “botanical high-tech” medical cannabis. A Canadian producer has already entered into a partnership with an Israeli producer, Tikun Olam, for a cannabis variety that helps reduce the seizures of epileptic children, but has been especially grown to remove the “high.” Video provided by Washington Post
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Music Therapy Bonds Parents and Preemies

Music Therapy Bonds Parents and Preemies

AP (May 16, 2013) — Music therapy using soft sounds and gentle rhythms may help preemies relax, grow and even go home from the hospital sooner. Music can even bond parents and their frail newborns during those difficult days in intensive care.
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