Care Home, SEN and Therapy Visits

Caring Creatures

Animals have a special way of lighting up a persons day and cheering people up.  Many people feel a natural connection with animals. We can bring a variety of animals to care homes, day centres, SEN groups, hospitals, hospices and charities for people to see up close, handle or stroke. Our tame, cuddly rabbits and gentle owls are a real hit! We also have our wonderful rescue dog, Chip who does his own mini 'show'- which never fails to get everyone roaring with laughter! Please get in touch with our multi-award winning team if we can add a special something to someones day! We love seeing everyones faces light up! Several local care homes choose to have us visit regularly as a treat for their residents and benefit from a multi-booking discount- please get in touch for more information.

"We have used Teaching Talons a few times now and would highly recommend them! They are knowledgeable, extremely interactive, and all the team are great with the children and animals. Very good value for money and we will definitely be booking in with them again!"

-Emily Turnbull, Residential Worker, Foxgloves childrens home


"I just want to say a huge thank you to you're two wonderful girls. They were amazing and so professional- our residents sure had an afternoon to remember! What a difference they were to other animal companies we've used."

- Katie, Trefoil House Activities team


"Thank you from Bedford Mencap Playscheme. We had an amazing time when you visited our children in the summer holidays. We loved handling and meeting all of the animals".

-Bedford Mencap


"I must say everyone thought you were amazing....the lovely, different animals you brought along....and your presentation, obvious love of your work and caring attitude came through brilliantly. Everything was so much appreciated by both the residents, staff, and myself of course. Thank you!"

- Annette, Activities organiser, Cherry Tree House care home


"Stampede was so much fun thanks to Teaching Talons. The children enjoyed getting up close to the animals- even the party poopers!

-Bedford District Cerebral Palsy Society