1) Adaptation – its achievement allows you to set more complex and interesting tasks for your child. Adaptation to new conditions is a person’s natural ability to meet his safety needs. This is a process of active interaction with a new environment, requiring the child to change his behavior or reaction to the environment. The adaptation can be divided into three phases: primary contact (maladaptation), contact (adaptation) and secondary contact (compensation). The timing of adaptation is individual and can vary, both depending on the condition of the child, and on external factors.
2) Rehabilitation – may be the key for clients who have lost certain abilities as a result of past illnesses or injuries. It can be a rather lengthy process, during which the conditions of maximum restoration of lost functionality are created by means of dolphin assisted therapy. During the implementation of the goal the lesson can be built with emphasis on one particular action, which is the most effective at the moment.
3) Psychocorrectional (abilitational) – is necessary for the formation of any abilities or skills (including: playing, communicative, behavioral or physical), as well as for the correction of deviant behavior. In the course of work to achieve this goal, the specialist actively joins the session, dynamically changing its structure, taking into account external factors and the child’s attitude to what is happening.
4) Infotainment (recreational) – is put before specialists in situations where the child has adapted to what is happening enough and other goals have been achieved to one degree or another, or when there is no need for them. In other words, such a goal is a priority when the client does not need anything else.