Pets as Therapy are visiting our Harlow Service User Forum

We have a service user forum at our MIND Wellbeing Centre in Harlow on Friday 31st of January. At the end of the meeting we will be having some PAT (pets as therapy dogs) visiting.
The meeting starts at 12:30 and the dogs will be with us at 1pm. Animals are great for stress, support and companionship.
Why not join us on Friday at 12.30pm.
Address is MIND Wellbeing Centre, Bushfair, Harlow, CM18 6NZ.
    

Author: Laura Balerdi
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