Klaipeda dolphins to give children therapy

  • 2003-01-30
VILNIUSThe Lithuanian Sea Museum in Klaipeda is hoping to establish a center where dolphins will help treat children suffering from autism, cerebral palsy and other serious diseases or health disorders.Representatives of the Lithu-anian Sea Museum, Klaipeda University and Klaipeda hospital signed Jan. 27 a trilateral agreement on joint actions in developing dolphin therapy.Under the agreement, Klaipeda Sea Museum's entertainment center will establish a dolphin therapy center that will render services of treatment and rehabilitation to the children suffering from autism, Down syndrome, cereb...
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