Animal magic: How a farm is helping autistic children

The Autism News | English Chick me out: Student David Haliday meets one of the farm’s newest addtions Autistic children have difficulty relating to people. But put them in a field and give them some space and they’ll flourish, says Clare Hargreaves, who takes a look at an unusual rural experiment in Oxfordshire By Countryfile magazine | The Independent At Pennyhooks farm, in Oxfordshire’s Vale of the White Horse, David Halliday helps his mate, John Kneafsey, shift hay from the barn to a row of mangers for the cows to munch on. There is a mutual understanding between beasts and boys

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Animal magic: How a farm is helping autistic children

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