Friday, July 18, 2008

Kids and Parents From Chicago and Los Angeles After Having Dolphin-Assited-Therapy in Mexico.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Dolphins and Kids


Dolphins evoke feelings of joy to all people. People who interact with dolphins often report that they feel renewed by the experience of unconditional love. THE CALL OF THE DOLPHIN PROGRAM intends to assist Latino children with special needs of low-income families with the opportunity to rehabilitate through Dolphin-Assisted-Therapy (DAT). DAT has been shown to dramatically improve conditions such as: clinical depression, cerebral palsy, autism, Down Syndrome, among others. It is a remedial treatment that gives children the possibility to receive a non-invasive therapy with the dolphins unconditional love. Dolphins bond with the children as soon as they enter the water. Their playful demeanor instantly establishes an emotional channel of communication that unlocks the child’s power to heal from within. Our purpose is to give other options to families and have the opportunity to assist their children to rehabilitate. CEPA’s objective through THE CALL OF THE DOLPHIN PROGRAM is to assist underprivileged children who without our help would not be able to take these trips and experience the benefits of Dolphin-Assisted-Therapy.

CEPA Not-for-Profit Organization

Cultural and Educational Productions Association (CEPA) is a 501 (c) 3, not-for-profit, organization founded in 1991. CEPA produces educational programming for children and families enhancing diversity. Sylvia Tencer is the President of CEPA. CEPA is committed to assist Latino children with special needs of low-income housing and making the public aware of the magnificence of these mammals. In order to help these kids, your tax deductible donations are greatly appreciated!