Dogs used to help with children literacy illawarra district
Children in the illawarra diCDC 철도청 카지노strict of Western Australia’s far north are taking advantage of an unlikely dog companion, the illawarra district of the western Australian Government is claiming.
Some of the dogs are just so smart, they’re helping locals in the region.
There has been an increasing number에스엠 카지노 of sick and injured dogs in the area after being found roaming on roadsides in the past.
Dr Paul O’Brien of the illawarra veterinary clinic said the dogs were finding it difficult to come in on their own due to the dangers of the roads.
« We’ve even lost some dogs that, I guess they would say they’re not quite as smart as the dogs we’re trying to help, but the dogs they’re taking out are quite an asset, » Dr O’Brien said.
« Our first concern is to help the kids read. And I think they will do well in helping to build up literacy in the area and so there’s no reason not to, indeed. »
Mr O’Brien said many people in the 출장area were elderly people who needed help reading children’s books.
« They’re a pretty large proportion of the population here, and when we started we started with about 40 [department] staff in one area and we have now got over 300, » he said.
« But what we do know is, as people get older, they get more likely to need nursing care and when you start nursing care that becomes a financial problem.
« So what we’re trying to do is keep feeding them to help them get out of bed.
« You can’t take away the problem, it’s just just a matter of how much we can do to help. »
Dr O’Brien said the dogs had helped many residents of the area with their reading and feeding challenges.
« I think the most important thing is to support them and I think they’ve learned to handle some of that, which has helped them become quite a good bit smarter, » he said.
Dr O’Brien and his team are currently working with the local Council of Primary Industries, and the illawarra district.
Topics: children, government-and-politics, health, diseases-and-disorders, education, health-education, education-industry, children, rural, kalgoorlie-6480, wyndham-4740, qld