Welcome to ADO Therapy. As part of the Animal Days Out C.I.C. group, we are a not for profit Community Interest Company.
We provide Animal Assisted Activities (AAA) and Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) for individuals, groups, parents and professionals. We can offer therapeutic sessions and workshops for many types of groups, schools with special needs provision, residential homes, day centres, hospitals and private health.
Amongst the many benefits, our services provide opportunities for children, young people and adults including disadvantaged, disability and community groups, offering a wide range of interactive animal, nature and horticultural based activities.
Our staff are trained to work specifically with children and adults with additional needs, dementia, mental health, older people, physical disabilities and sensory impairment. We can work at your own centre or venue or you can visit us at our tranquil 9 acre wildlife reserve site in the heart of South-East London.
For further information on our wide range of services and benefits ADO Therapy can provide, please feel free to browse our website or Contact Us to talk to a member of our staff.
"It was a great session for our young people too, they really enjoyed it. We’ve already booked you up to come to our Saturday Club, so look forward to working with you all again."
- Caroline Stone - Bromley MENCAP
"Wow! What a fantastic event, thank you so much for giving KASBAH the opportunity to get involved" - Emma Carver - KASBAH talking about the Young Carers Forest School Summer Scheme
"Thank you so much for a wonderful day the children absolutely loved seeing the animals and having the opportunity to experience touching them, your staff were amazing and everyone commented on how well the event was delivered." - Lin Wright from Willow Dene School, Plumstead
"We always have fantastic feedback from the children and adults alike, who always look forward to your frequent visits throughout the year." - Juli Atkinson - Bexley National Autistic Society
"A wonderfully refreshing alternative therapy for our clients.." - Ingrid Chetram - Hexagon Housing Association